LeBron James has added some new jewelry to his roration and we're not just talking about the two NBA championship rings the Miami Heat star has won in the past two seasons. LeBron has a collaboration with Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piguet, for which he's been ambassador since 2011.

The watch itself, the Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph, features 18-karat pink gold that gives the allusion of the woodgrain of a basketball court, is limited to 600 pieces, has a crocodile leather strap, and retails for over $51,000. Small change for James, whose NBA salary alone, without endorsements, rakes in $19M per year.

James went to Instagram yesterday and was in virtual disbelief that he even had a collaboration with Audemars Piguet. "Man everyday I wake up I know I'm blessed so I don't take this for granted!" James said. 

If we had a collaboration with a watch company that gets name dropped by the likes of Jay Z, we would be, too. If you've want to forgo two years of college in the name of king shit, click here to find out more about the watch.