The Mavs’ championship rings. Texas sized bling.
Although the Dallas Mavericks didn’t start the season playing as if their defending a national title, their personalized championship rings are finally in.
The Dallas Mavericks won the 2010-11 NBA Championship, defeating the Miami Heat in six games. The first time in franchise history.
According to ESPN, the rings cost around $40,000 a piece, and given to Mavs players in a brief ceremony prior to their Wednesday night game against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Mavs’ owner Mark Cuban paid a total of $1.4 million for the rings for the 15 players and the entire coaching staff.
On one side the player’s name are engraved above the team logo with the player’s jersey number.
The team seen the ring for the first time tonight during pre game of their Minnesota Timberwolves match up.