Got 32,000 lying around? Then you could be the proud owner of a Boston Celtics championship ring.
On the Web site greyflannelauctions.com, Robert Parish has put his 1981 ring up for sale. Bidding started at 10,000, and it's currently sitting at 31,900. According to the site, the ring has a Letter of Authentication from Parish and is in "near-mint condition".
The Celtics beat the Houston Rockets for the '81 title, the first of three championships won by the Big Three of Parish, Larry Bird and Kevin McHale. Parish also has a ring he earned as a member of the 1997 Chicago Bulls.
The LeBron James-Dwyane Wade reunion is happening in Cleveland.
Wade, 35, who won two championships with James with the Miami Heat, is "nearing a commitment" to sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported.
Wade, bought out by the Chicago Bulls after one underwhelming season in a return to his hometown, will clear waivers Wednesday, become an unrestricted free agent and can sign for the $2.3 million veterans minimum with the Cavs.
Wojnarowski reported that Wade considered offers from the San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder and a return to Miami, where he won two titles with James in 2012 and '13 and one with Shaquille O'Neal in 2006.
The Cavs, of course, have remade James' supporting cast significantly since reaching the NBA Finals for the third consecutive season in June.
Kyrie Irving was traded to the Celtics in a deal that sent Isaiah Thomas and Jae Crowder to Cleveland. Thomas' injured hip is expected to keep him from playing until January, giving Wade, who averaged 18 points for the Bulls last season and 23.3 points, 5.7 assists and 4.8 rebounds in his career, an opportunity for more minutes.
Bill Russell has made it clear where he stands on the topic of recent protests against social inequality.
The Celtics great posted a photo himself taking a knee, as players did throughout the NFL in response to Donald Trump calling protesting players "sons of bitches." Russell was wearing the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which he received from Barack Obama in 2011, in the photo.
Trump said in a speech in Alabama Friday that he would like to see players who kneel during the National Anthem be fired. That led to a major uptick in players kneeling or standing with arms linked prior to games. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones also took a knee prior to Monday night's game.