2021 Milwaukee Bucks National Basketball World Championship Ring

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* This ring is huge, it is 35mm x 29.3mm. The top of the ring can not be flipped up.

* Name & Number: The default name on the ring is Antetokounmpo, and his number 34.

* Inside Engraving: The ring comes with the inside engraving as the pictures shown by default, you don't need to pay extra for that.

The 2021 NBA Finals was the championship series of the National Basketball Association's (NBA) 2020–21 season and conclusion of the season's playoffs. In this best-of-seven playoff series, the Eastern Conference champion Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Western Conference champion Phoenix Suns, 4–2, winning their first NBA championship in 50 years and their second title overall. Holding home-court advantage, the Suns led the series 2–0 before the Bucks came back and won the next four games, becoming the fifth team in NBA history to win the championship after losing the first two games, joining the 1969 Celtics, 1977 Portland Trail Blazers, 2006 Miami Heat, and 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers. Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo was named NBA Finals Most Valuable Player (MVP). With the COVID-19 pandemic altering the NBA's schedule for the second consecutive year, the start date of the series was pushed from its usual time in late May or early June to July 6, the second-latest start in Finals' history.

Milwaukee and Phoenix were two of five teams in the league with an active championship drought of 50 years or more. Prior to 2021, the Bucks won their only title in 1971, while the Suns have yet to win a title since joining the league in 1968. They were both making their third Finals appearance. Phoenix and Milwaukee each began play as expansion teams in 1968. Both teams were involved in a coin toss for the rights to the first overall pick in the 1969 NBA draft, which the Bucks won and used to select Lew Alcindor, later known as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, from UCLA. He led the Bucks to their first championship in 1971. The 2021 Finals was the first since 1971 to not include any players who had previously won an NBA championship, and the first since 2015 that no players on the winning team had prior NBA Finals experience. The Suns' Jae Crowder was the only player in the series who previously played in the Finals, making it just the second time since the first Finals that fewer than two players had previously appeared in the championship series; no players had previously played in the Finals in the 1977 series.

Impact of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic impacted the NBA for the second straight year. The regular season was reduced to 72 games for each team, and was held from December 22, 2020, to May 16, 2021. The playoffs started on May 22.
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About Our Rings

Our rings are handmade with our skilled workers - All stones are prong set by hand, not glued. We make ring in solid, not hollow. All letters on the ring are deep 3D design.

WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET!

About Materials

Stones: AAA+ cubic zirconias.

  • Copper coated with yellow/white gold plating
  • 925 sterling silver
  • 10K/14K Gold

The defaut option is copper, it is safe, strong and stable. The plating on the ring can last a lifetime for collection. we never and ever make ring with cheap jewelry alloy.

About shipping and production time

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Generally, we ship your order within 10 days, but if you require name and/or inside engraving on the ring, it will take about 15 days to complete your order.

Each ring will ship with a wooden ring box, tracking number will be provided after shipment made.

About text on the ring

We can customize the name and number on the ring, but please note that changes are not accepted once we start to process your ring.



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