2011 Dallas Mavericks NBA Championship Ring
Dallas Mavericks NBA Championship Ring for SALE

Dallas Mavericks is a professional basketball team based in Dallas. The Dallas Mavericks has won the conference title twice in 2006 and 2011. Winning one NBA Championship ring in 2011 with the lead by Dirk Nowitzki.

The Dallas Mavericks entered the 2011 NBA Finals as underdogs, due to Miami’s “Big Three” coming together during the 2010–11 NBA Playoffs. Consist of LeBron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh.

After dropping game one in Miami Heat’s home court by a score of 92–84, the Dallas Mavericks needed more than just Dirk Nowitzki to score, with Dirk Nowitzki even calling out teammate Jason Terry earlier in the playoffs.

Coming In the fourth quarter of Game 2, with the Dallas Mavericks trailing 88–73, Dallas Mavericks was desperate to avoid a 0–2 heading back home.

Dallas Mavericks then staged a comeback, going on a 22–5 run to end the game, stunned the Miami Heat with a game two victory, and evened the series at one game apiece.

Dirk Nowitzki during NBA Championship ring cremony
Dirk Nowitzki during NBA Championship ring cremony

After the series shifted back to Dallas, the Dallas Mavericks lost in Game 3, with Dirk Nowitzki narrowly missing the potential game-tying shot, by a final score of 88–86.

Yet again, Dallas Mavericks showed their resiliency, winning a pivotal game 4 with Dirk Nowitzki hitting multiple big shots down the stretch to tie the series at two.

During Game 5 was a bit of an offensive showcase, with both teams breaking 100 points for the first time in the series. Jason Kidd and Jason Terry both hit huge shots down the stretch, and the Dallas Mavericks defeated the Heat 112–103.

Result in putting them one game from their first-ever NBA title. Three nights later, the Dallas Mavericks captured their first-ever NBA title with a 105–95 victory, completely reversing what had happened in the 2006 NBA Finals.

Dirk Nowitzki scored 21, including 18 in the second half, and Terry provided 27 points off the Dallas Mavericks bench. Dirk Nowitzki was so emotional after the game that he headed to the locker room before the game had concluded, and had to be coaxed back onto the floor for the NBA Championship trophy presentation.

Dirk Nowitzki took home the NBA Finals MVP honors after averaging 26 points a game during the series, shedding the Mavericks label as “soft” and putting an end to the Mavericks’ post-season futility.

This was the only NBA Championship ring won by the Dallas Mavericks in the franchise history and the only NBA Championship ring won by Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Kidd.

Here, let’s take a look on the making of the NBA Championship ring.

31-diamond NBA Championship ring around the Dallas Mavericks logo

Jostens meeting Jason Kidd and Dirk Nowitzki to discuss what the NBA Championship ring should look like

The Dallas Mavericks team wanted 31 diamonds around the Mavericks logo to commemorate the team’s 31 years in the NBA.

The Dallas Mavericks logo was to be from and center, but to make it stand out, the logo was cut into 6 pieces and placed over a blue corundum stone. This makes the Mavericks blue stand out beautifully.

This makes the Mavericks blue stand out beautifully.

Jason Kidd and Dirk also wanted the Dallas Mavericks’ ‘M’ on one side of the ring, emblazoned with 15 diamonds.

On the Side of the Mavericks NBA Championship Ring

2011 dallas mavericks nba championship ring
2011 dallas mavericks nba championship ring

On the side of the Dallas Mavericks NBA Championship ring

The Larry O-Brien Trophy

Player Name side of the ring

Here is the final edition of Dirk Nowitzki’s NBA championship ring.

Each NBA Championship ring has 257 stones, making for a long and painstaking process. Every ring is polished multiple times and washed repeatedly to get the best shine from it.

2011 dallas mavericks nba championship ring
2011 dallas mavericks nba championship ring

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