Like most other men, you might someday find yourself standing in the glow of flickering department-store lights, tempted by the prospect of wearing jewelry. "Jewelry would make me look powerful—masculine, but sensitive," you might reason, fingering an especially resplendent wallet chain. "Ryan Gosling does it."
Giants DT Shaun Rogers used to make pretty good money. He got $20 million guaranteed from Cleveland just five years ago. But legal problems (stripper assault, gun at the airport) and health problems mean the 13-year-vet is playing for relative peanuts. Earlier this month, he re-signed with the Giants for a shade over…
Kendrick Perkins took some time out of his busy basketball schedule to star in a
Tim and Eric sketch advertisement for a local jewelry store in Oklahoma City, Mitchener Farrand Jewelers—"the diamond guys on May" and your "official" NBA jewelry store in Oklahoma City.
If being from St. Louis weren't already embarrassing, here's the rally squirrel, immortalized in gaudy jewels and precious metal. The rings, as noted in these consecutively written sentences were presented to the Cardinals yesterday and are meant to encapsulate the entire season.
You know you done goofed when they're making fun of you in Peoria. The Cubs single-A affiliate was planning on honoring the 1990s Chicago Bulls teams on Thursday night, but they decided on an additional giveaway.
In sports, everyone is a winner—some people just win better than others. Like the $10,000 LeBron James pendant, which would be happy to know how loved and wanted it is — if it were alive. Hmmm...
An Akron woman bought this hideous, hideous piece of jewelry four years ago for $5. She just found out that it contains 307 real diamonds. Who says LeBron never did anything for the people of Akron?
Boston guard Marquis Daniels (9.4 PPG, lifetime) had his actual head encrusted in diamonds and precious metals. Oh, wait. That's just a medallion. I guess even Marquis Daniels needs help recognizing Marquis Daniels. [Jason of Beverly Hills]