Dunno whether the Nike money is his separate property or whether it is community property. Will depend on how the two of them have decided to characterize it.
Even so, the court order required him (and probably her) to maintain the status quo concerning money. He didn't do it and he will be paying a fine (probably not very big) and will have to move the money back.
BTW, I'm pretty sure that there is some kind of pre-nup agreement concerning how the income of each was to be characterized. Arizona is a community property state where income not subject to such an agreement is community property. She lives/lived in Illinois before and during most of the marriage. Illinois is not a community property state. For that reason alone I think a pre-nup covering earnings is in place.
I doubt that money will be much of an issue in this divorce, so this issue will be going away soon.
Sing along chill'un:
These chill'un done got their own.Them that's got shall get
Them that's not shall lose
So the Bible said and it still is news
Mama may have, Papa may have
But God bless the child who's got his own
Who's got his own