2014年7月15日星期二

LeBron James will stick with No.6 with the Cleveland Cavaliers

We are not talking about just numbers. We are talking about jersey numbers.
With LeBron James thie guy now returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers, many were wondering if he will stick to his No. 6 jersey or go back to the No. 23 one that he previously wore when he was on the team. As shown on LeBron James website, it’s confirmed that James will wear No. 6 with the Cavs. Back during the 2009-10 season, James told the media he will wear No.6 anyway next season. So if he went to the Miami Heat or stayed with Cleveland, it would’ve been No. 6. So not a complete surprise, but it’s an interesting look.


2014年7月11日星期五

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2014年7月10日星期四

The 2014 U.S. Soccer Jersey

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2014年7月7日星期一

Hot Collectible Aaron Hernandez Jersey

Owners of Aaron Hernandez football jerseys have taken to eBay to rid themselves of his jersey -- and make a hefty profit.

Official Hernandez jerseys, which went for $100 online, are now selling for a premium, and bids are reaching twice the original value.

Hernandez was an NFL player for the New England Patriots until last week, when police charged him with first-degree murder. Prosecutors say he had a falling out with a friend at a night club in mid-June, then orchestrated his execution-style killing two days later.

The NFL has stopped selling his No. 81 jersey. The Patriots are offering fans a chance to exchange Hernandez jerseys for any player's on the team.

But that is only for in-person trades at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. As a result, some are heading to eBay.

Upon hearing about Hernandez's arrest on Wednesday, Ben Kent in Virginia Beach decided he couldn't keep the jersey around the house. It would set the wrong example for his two kids. So, he put his used red jersey up for auction.

"I figured I'd try to dump it. Where can I wear this thing now? I'd receive a lot of backlash," he told CNNMoney.

Kent started the bid at $50 and didn't even expect it to sell at that price. But by Monday morning, the item had received more than 2,000 views, and 37 bids had pushed the price up to $227.50. The bidding is due to end at 5:08 pm ET.

Kent thinks the bids are likely coming from collectors -- or those willing to wear the shirt as part of an insensitive joke.

Kent said anyone wearing a No. 81 would be showing support for Hernandez, accused of playing a key role in the killing of his fiancée's sister's boyfriend, semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd.

"It might sent the wrong message," Kent said.

That isn't holding back buyers on eBay, though. Bids have pushed up the price of official jerseys made by Nike, originally $100, to $130 and beyond. Autographed jerseys are selling for even more.

Topping the list: a $4,000 unsigned white Hernandez jersey posted Monday morning at 7 a.m. after the Boston Globe broke the news of inflated eBay sale prices. That one doesn't have any bidders yet, though.

2014年5月13日星期二

Michael Sam get jersey numbers 96

The St. Louis Rams made the announcement at a Tuesday afternoon news conference, when the Rams also held media access to the 11 players they took in last week's draft.
On Monday, the NFL released sales figures of its best-selling rookie jerseys over draft weekend, and those of Sam -- the first openly gay player to be selected -- sold better than any other jersey except those of Johnny Manziel.
Sam came out as gay in media interviews earlier this year. His Missouri teammates and coaches knew his secret and kept it for his final college season. Sam went on to have the best year of his career: He had 11.5 sacks and was selected SEC co-defensive player of the year.
The 6-foot-2, 255-pound Sam was considered a mid- to late-round pick, far from a sure thing to be drafted. He played defensive end at Missouri, but he's short for that position in the NFL and slower than most outside linebackers, the position he'll need to transition to at the professional level. He was taken with the 249th overall pick out of 256.