1989 Detroit Pistons NBA Championship Ring
This 1989 Detroit Pistons NBA Championship Ring was won by the Detroit Pistons. their first franchise championship ring after sweeping the Los Angeles Lakers 4-0 in the Finals series led by Magic Johnson, Michael Cooper and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
Lastly, Joe Dumars was named the Finals MVP.
Front of the 1989 Detroit Pistons NBA Championship Ring
This ring features a center round brilliant cut diamond on the Larry O’Brien Trophy. With the background made of blue and red which symbolize the color of the Detroit Pistons.
With words ‘Detroit Pistons World Championship’ to commemorate the first franchise victory of the NBA series.
Team Side of the 1989 Detroit Pistons NBA Championship Ring
On the team side of the ring, it has the nickname ‘Bad Boys’ engraved on the top of the shank which were then the unofficial slogan for the Pistons throughout the season and the next season as well.
Also, the finals record of 4-0 is engraved on the shank, together with the word ‘Defense’ which represents the tough defensive style demonstrated by the team.
Player Side of the Championship Ring
On this side of the ring, it includes the player’s name, which is Joe Dumars for this particular ring. Together with regular season record of 63-15 with an NBA logo in the middle.