Get ready for more Nike Flyknit products. During Nike's second quarter fiscal 2014 conference call, CEO Mark Parker said the Beaverton, Ore. brand will be looking to do even more with the technology in the next year.

"We're not done with Flyknit. Not even close. We'll continue to expand Flyknit across categories, pushing past the boundaries of what people think is possible to deliver," he said.

The tech is already on the upper all of Nike's major running platforms this year, including Free, Air Max, and Lunar. The company also put it on a basketball shoe for the first time in the Nike Kobe 9.

Speaking of Kobe, the CEO also had some kind words for the fallen basketball player, who'll be out of commission for the next few weeks with a fractured bone in his knee. "We just learned of Kobe’s injury and we want to wish him a full and fast recovery," Parker said.

And on the financial front, Nike did pretty okay for the last three months. The sports Juggernaut reported revenues of $6.9 billion, up 9 percent over last year. Not too shabby.