1990 Detroit Pistons NBA Championship Ring Isiah Thomas Ring
This 1990 Detroit Pistons NBA Championship Ring was won by the Detroit Pistons swept the Portland Trail Blazers 4-1 led by Clyde Drexler, Terry Porter and Jerome Kersey.
Prior the Finals round, the Pistons defeated the rising Chicago Bulls 4-3 led by Michael Jordan and coach Phil Jackson.
In this series, Isiah Thomas was named the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player.
Front of the 1990 Detroit Pistons NBA Championship Ring
Center of the ring features a round diamond with a red background symbolizes the team color. Along with 20 round diamond encircling the center stone.
Team Side of the Championship Ring
‘Back-To-Back’ represents the consecutive championship won by the franchise. With two Larry O’Brien Trophy in the center.
Together with the regular season record of 59-23 on the bottom of the shank.
Player Side of the Championship Ring
On this side of the ring, it includes the player’s name, which is Isiah Thomas for this particular ring. Together with the NBA Finals record of 4-1 with an NBA logo in the middle.