2016 Cleveland Cavaliers NBA Championship Ring LeBron James
This 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers NBA Championship Ring was the first and only NBA Championship ring won by the franchise by defeating the Golden State Warriors 4-3 in the 2016 NBA Finals with LeBron James named the Finals MVP.
The 2016 NBA ring was voted one of the most monumental NBA Championship Ring in the sports history.
With more than 400 plus diamonds weighing about 6.5 Carats in total. It contain 150 grams of yellow and white gold. One of the heaviest NBA Championship in the entire NBA history.
Firstly, front of the NBA Championship ring features a 1 carat diamond on the Larry O’Brien trophy to commemorate the first ever championship victory of the franchise.
It also features has 46 cascading diamonds to symbolize the existence duration of the Cavaliers franchise in the NBA league.
Team Side of the Cavaliers Championship Ring
This side of the ring features the player’s number, also with a city skyline.
Importantly, there’s Roman numeral LII that symbolize the Cavaliers 52 years championship drought which is now water under the bridge.
Player Side of the Cavaliers Championship Ring
This side of the ring features each player’s name, as well as the championship year.
Furthermore, The state of Ohio with 11 diamonds signifies the year of Dan Gilbert’s ownership.
Lastly, this NBA Championship ring was rated one of the all time favorites not because of the ring design but due to the epic comeback from the 3-1 deficit.