1988 Los Angeles Lakers NBA "World Champions" 14K Gold Ring with all Real Diamonds!
Behind a potent scoring offense, the 1987-88 Los Angeles Lakers finished the regular season with a record of 62-20. Head coach Pat Riley had more than enough options, with Magic Johnson (19.6 points per game), James Worthy (19.7 PPG) and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (14.6 PPG) all capable of carrying the team. Even with those Hall of Famers on the roster, it was Byron Scott (21.7 PPG) who led the team in scoring. After sweeping the San Antonio Spurs in the first round of the playoffs, the remainder of the postseason would test the fortitude of the defending-champion Lakers. Los Angeles was pushed to the max in consecutive seven-game series victories over the Utah Jazz and Dallas Mavericks to reach the NBA Finals. There, the Lakers would once again survive in seven games - this time over the Detroit Pistons - to repeat as NBA champions.
This beautiful ring is approximately a Size-12 and weighs 43.2-Grams of 14K gold with all real diamonds, this amazing ring was presented to Executive Pat Mooney. Manufactured by Jostens, the ring is in "near mint" condition with a few small scratches or dings (See Photos). Please message with any questions (949) 246-0826. As always each and every item we sell is 100% authentic.ON HOLD