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You know, the internet is an amazing place.  Only on the Information Superhighway can you find quick access to stats, stories, press conferences, stories from the Summer League, and other stuff that you wouldn't see anywhere else in the world.

For some reason, I don't think Charles Oakley is the computer type.  You can debate that all you want, but I just don't see it.  Maybe he gets on to check his e-mail or something, but he probably needs someone's help to turn on the computer.  Can you see Oak opening up a Myspace account?  Didn't think so.

In light of that, I have to admit that I was pretty surprised when I found a Charles Oakley Wizards jersey up for sale on eBay.  Now as we all know, there's only two people in the world that would have access to such a rare article of clothing.  One of them is Charles Oakley.  The other person is a chef, by the name of Charles Oakley.  So the only rational explanation for what's going on here is that, somebody broke into Oakley's house and made off with the least valuable thing he could find.

One word of caution to those considering making a bid for the jersey: Be careful how you wash it.  If you put the Oak jersey in the same load with your Michael Jordan and Kwame Brown jerseys, the Kwame jersey shrinks several sizes.