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1976 Boston Celtics NBA World Champions 10K Gold-Plated Ring! 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers NBA "World Champions" Ring! 1995 Houston Rockets NBA Back To Back World Champions 10K Gold Ring
1976 Boston Celtics NBA World Champions 10K Gold-Plated Ring!
Our Price: $1,850.00
Sale Price: $1,650.00
Save $200.00!
1995 Houston Rockets NBA Back To Back World Champions 10K Gold Ring
Our Price: $4,500.00
Sale Price: $3,850.00
Save $650.00!
This beautiful, 1976 Boston Celtics NBA World Champions 10K Gold-Plated Ring made by BALFOUR is a very rare manufacturer sample with *Player*, John Havlicek's name on the shank! This ring is identical to what the players received except for the gold plate & a CZ instead of a real diamond. The Celtics ring has all of the proper manufacturer markings (Stamped: LGB, BKC with serial numbers) and is approximately a Size-12, weighing 30.8-grams.

Any questions, please call or text Scott at (949) 246-0626, or feel free to email us at RingsofChampions@gmail.com

This massive and beautiful 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers NBA "World Champions" Ring belonged to a member of the staff. This incredible ring is a size 9.25-9.5 and weighs a hefty 82.45 grams (WOW)! The ring was manufactured by Baron with all the proper markings. Please note this is a slightly smaller, staff version of the ring. It was not made available to the public and is 100% authentic. Please text or call Scott with any questions (949) 246-0826 This ring is currently sold, but a new ring is on the way.

This Beautiful 1995 Houston Rockets "Back to Back" NBA World Champions 10K Gold Ring is manufactured by Intergold, is a salesman sample and has Olajuwon on the side. The ring is a size 12 and weighs 34.1 grams and is in near mint condition. If you have any questions Call or Text Scott (949)246-0826
Please note: it is 10K Gold with C.Z. Stones.
The Houston Rockets entered the 1994-95 NBA season as defending champions and led by the 1-2 punch of Hakeem Olajuwon and late season acquisition of Hall of Famer Clyde Drexler, they looked poised to defend their crown. Olajuwon did it all, scoring 27.8 points per game to go along with 10.8 rebounds, 3.4 blocks and 1.8 steals, while Drexler averaged 21.4 PPG, 7.0 RPG and 1.8 steals. Before being traded to Portland for Drexler, Otis Thorpe contributed 13.3 points and 8.9 rebounds per contest. After getting by the Utah Jazz, Phoenix Suns and San Antonio Spurs each in a tough series the Spurs swept the Orlando Magic, four games to none, in the NBA Finals.