The Dallas Mavericks finally received their championship rings on Wednesday, January 25th prior to their home game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Containing 250 diamonds totaling 10 karats, the ring design was produced by Jostens along with input from Maverick players Dirk Nowitzki, Jason Kidd, and Jason Terry. According to Dallas News, owner Mark Cuban has confirmed the team rings cost about $1.4 million.
Below is a detailed description of the ring:
The top of the ring, which is made of 14-karat white gold, the edges read “World Champions,” with 10 diamonds running along the right and left sides. In the middle of the ring is the Mavericks horse with “31 princess-cut diamonds — one for each year the Dallas Mavericks have been in Dallas and the NBA”
What a beauty!
Today, NBA All-Star Dwight Howard was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the sixth time this season, a league high. This is the 17th time in Dwight’s career, which began in 2004, that he has earned the weekly award.
Superman? Maybe so…