Everyone Noticed Something Strange Going On With Patrick Mahomes’ Black Diamond Necklace During Mavericks-Thunder Playoff Game (VIDEO) |T

 

 

Patrick Mahomes at Mavericks gamePatrick Mahomes at Mavericks game (Photo Via x.com)
Patrick Mahomes was in the house for the Dallas Mavericks’ Game 3 matchup against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday afternoon.

It’s no secret anymore that Patrick Mahomes is a staunch supporter of the Dallas Mavericks. He grew up in Tyler, Texas, and the Mavericks were the closest team to him.

Patrick Mahomes and his family again caught attention for displaying their endearment for the NBA team.

The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback caught a ton of attention as he sat courtside with his wife, Brittany Mahomes. Patrick opted for a regular white t-shirt, dark pants, a backward baseball cap, and a large cross necklace.

That Black Diamond necklace caused a significant uproar online as the lights hitting it made the diamonds almost dance while he wore it around his neck.

Here is how social media responded to it:

Mahomes has had an eventful week after watching the Alpine Racing F1 team last Sunday at the Miami Grand Prix. Mahomes and colleague Travis Kelce became members of the Alpine Investment Club in October. Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, served as the race’s paddock. It was here where Mahomes and Kelce contributed to the Chiefs’ victory in Super Bowl LIV.

The superstar QB even posted a video to Instagram, showing his fans a taste of their exciting four days, including their experiences at pre-race activities at the Miami Dolphins’ home stadium, Hard Rock Stadium.

 

Patrick Mahomes Looking to Make Even More NFL History

Roger Goodell and Patrick Mahomes (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

The Chiefs are the seventh club to win four or more Lombardi Trophies and only the fourth team in NFL history to win three Super Bowls in a five-year span. Mahomes became just the sixth signal-caller in NFL history to win three Super Bowls and the third quarterback to have more than fifteen wins in the postseason.

They are now looking to make even more history as Patrick Mahomes feels good about the Chiefs’ odds of becoming the first team in history to win three straight Super Bowls.

“Next year in New Orleans, we’re gonna do it again,” Mahomes said on the “Impaulsive with Logan Paul” podcast. “I’m putting it on the table. We’re gonna do it again. I’m telling you now.”

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