NBA2018 Golden State Warriors Reversible Championship Ring, Twisting Off Top Warriors Ring


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Tags: Basketball Champions Ring, custom champions ring, 2018 NBA champions ring, Golden State Warriors champions ring, Replica Champions Ring

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One Ring coming with two different top, which twist off and change the top

Twisting off the top of the ring reveals the slogan "Strength in Numbers"

This 2018 Golden State Warriors Reversible ring was made by, 1:1 replicated from the original ring, top quality

The bristle texture featured on both sides of the ring represents the series sweep in the NBA Finals

The team side of the ring has 56 stones to represent the number of years the Warriors have been in the Bay.

The top of the ring is reversible, a first for a championship ring.

The Warriors' four 2018 postseason series records are featured on the sides of te ring (4-1, 4-1, 4-3, 4-0).


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2017 - 2018 Golden State Warriors Men's Basketball World Reversible Championship Ring, Custom Golden State Warriors Champions Ring

Material: You can choose material to get this ring in copper, silver, or yellow gold

Size: Standard US size from size 8 to size 15 (some rare size need about some extra days to make)
high grade studded AAA CZ on top

All Stones are prong set by our skilled workers, not glued

Deep Sharp engraving and 3 D letters.

All Details Are Clear to See

Solid ring, very heavy

Weight: about 45 to 60 grams, around 220 to 260 grams with packing

Packing: Luxury Wooden Gift box

Custom service: Customize service is available for this ring, we can put your name and number on the ring to make your championship ring personalized, if you want this custom service, please put your name and number on the Column when you made the purchase

The 2017?C18 Golden State Warriors season was the 72nd season of the franchise in the National Basketball Association (NBA), and its 56th in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Warriors entered the season as the defending NBA champions and repeated, sweeping the Cleveland Cavaliers 4?C0 in the Finals. It was the first time in NBA history and in North America's four major professional sports leagues that two teams had met to compete for a Championship for a fourth consecutive year. It was the Warriors' third championship in four years, and sixth overall. Golden State won the Pacific Division title and Western Conference Championship for the fourth consecutive season. In the playoffs, the Warriors defeated the San Antonio Spurs in the First Round 4?C1 and the New Orleans Pelicans 4?C1 in the Semifinals. They beat the top-seeded Houston Rockets 4?C3 in the Western Conference Finals.

The Warriors finished second in the Western Conference with a record of 58?C24, their fifth most wins in franchise history. Golden State set the NBA record of 16 consecutive home wins in the playoffs, surpassing the 1990?C91 Chicago Bulls. Stephen Curry set the NBA record for three-pointers made in an NBA Finals game with nine. Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Draymond Green, and Klay Thompson were all named to the All-Star Game, the first time in NBA history that a team has had four All-Stars in consecutive seasons, and just the ninth time in NBA history a single team has had four players in the game. Curry was named captain, being the leading vote getter from the Western Conference. The Warriors ended the regular season with a slew of injuries to all four of their All-Stars, including an MCL sprain for Curry that kept him out for six weeks, and lost ten of their last seventeen games. For the first time since the 2013?C14 season, they did not clinch first place for home-court advantage for the playoffs and failed to win 60 games for the first time under Steve Kerr.

This season also marked David West's final season in the NBA. He retired on August 30, 2018. West won 2 NBA championships with the Warriors and following his retirement, left Chris Paul of the Houston Rockets and J.R. Smith of the Cleveland Cavaliers as the last remaining active players who played for the Oklahoma City Hornets.

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