NBA Championship ring
The NBA Championship ring is an annual award given by the National Basketball Association to the team that wins the NBA Finals. Rings are presented to the team's players, coaches, and members of the executive front office. Phil Jackson has the most rings with 13.
NBA Championship rings have been handed out since the first NBA Finals in 1947. In the modern era, the rings are handed to the defending champions during the team's first home game each season.
NBA Championship rings are silver or gold and include the following features:
- Team name and symbol
- Year the team won the championship
- Player name
Players and coaches with most championships
Other commemorative items
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