Is Nike's Disaster Just a 'Blip on the Screen?'

Should investors feel wary about Nike for the time being?
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Late Wednesday, the world watched as Zion Williamson, a Duke player, fell after his Nike PG 2.5's ripped. 

Williamson was escorted off of the court limping. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke's coach, said that Williamson suffered from a "mild knee sprain."

"We are obviously concerned and want to wish Zion a speedy recovery," Real Money's Stock of the DayNike  (NKE) - Get Report said in a statement. "The quality and performance of our products are of utmost importance. While this is an isolated occurrence, we are working to identify the issue."

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Ronn Torossian, CEO of 5W Public Relations, talked to TheStreet about Nike's response and whether or not the incident will impact public perception of the company in the long-term.

Torossian said that he believes that this will be a "blip on the screen" for Nike in the long run.