Washington Wizards point guard John Wall's days as a sneaker free agent are apparently over. Yahoo Sports' Shams Charania reported Sunday that Wall has agreed to a five-year endorsement deal with Adidas, the company he broke ties with in 2015. Terms were not immediately available. After his standout freshman season at Kentucky and before the Wizards drafted him No. 1 overall in 2010, Wall signed a five-year, $25million endorsement deal with Reebok. In January 2013, a few months after Reebok released Wall's third signature shoe, the guard said he was leaving Reebok for its parent company, Adidas. During Wall's rookie season, rumors swirled that his Reebok shoes contributed to him missing 13 games with foot and knee injuries. Wall also missed the first 33 games of his third season with a knee injury. Adidas unveiled two signature shoes for Wall, the J Wall 1 and the J Wall 2. The second hit the shelves Oct. 31, 2015, one month after Wall's contract with Adidas expired. The Vertical reported that Wall's signature shoes with Reebok and Adidas "underperformed at retail," but Adidas offered him an eight-year, $66 million contract to continue their partnership. Wall rejected the offer. A source told The Vertical at the time that Wall "wanted Harden money," referencing the 13-year, $200 million deal Adidas offered Houston Rockets star James Harden to persuade him to leave Nike in August 2015. Wall has worn Nike and Jordan Brand, as well as Adidas, since his last endorsement deal expired.