Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian: Sports' Best Marriages
Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian are, certainly, not amongst sports' best marriages. According to the New York Post, "Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are on the brink of splitting, just two months into their marriage."
Rather than presenting you all with sports' worst marriages, I'm going to do the alternative and provide you guys with sports' best marriages.
Tom Brady & Gisele Bundchen
Aren't they precious?
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Brady and Gisele are definitely what people would consider a powerful couple.
Brady is three-time Super Bowl winning quarterback, and he has won the NFL MVP twice. He's also married to a very accomplished, and beautiful supermodel, Gisele Bundchen.
I guess you can even consider Tom Brady beautiful. The man can slang a football, and, according to the Huffington Post, he's "the new face of Uggs for men."
Shelden Williams & Candace Parker
There's no such thing as a guarantee, but I can confidently tell you that Shelden and Candace's children are going to grow and be tall people.
Chances are they'll be able to hoop a little bit, as well.
Carmelo Anthony & La La
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'Melo and La La definitely don't short themselves TV time. La La has her own show on VH1 called "La La's Full Court Life", and 'Melo, as you probably know, was traded to the the New York Knicks before last year's NBA trade deadline.
Besides all the paparazzi these two, most likely, encounter on a weekly basis, they have to be pretty happy. They're now living in New York, and they both grew up in Brooklyn.
Sasha Vujacic & Maria Sharapova
Sasha may not be one of the most popular ballers in the NBA, but it doesn't seem like his wife, Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova, cares all too much about his popularity in the NBA.
This couple's children will definitely have the competitive edge that their parents have. Both Sasha and Maria are winners.
Honorable Mention: Jay-Z & Beyonce
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No, neither Beyonce or Jay-Z are athletes, but Jay-Z is a minority owner for the soon-to-be Brooklyn Nets, which earns him a shout out.
Beyonce does her thing, as well, so no one can knock her for living off Hova.
You can often find these two with a nice view at some of the biggest sporting events.
Also, don't forget according to Jay-Z's track "Empire State of Mind", he claims that he "made the Yankees hat more famous than the Yankees did."