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The 2010 NBA Championship series between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics was a fight to the bitter seven game end. NBA fans waxed nostalgic as this legendary matchup unfolded. The Lakers were seeking back to back glory while also looking for revenge from their defeat to the Celtics only two years prior. Game seven was a nail biter and Los Angeles’ offense was waning all game long. The Celtics looked poised to win it all but Ron Artest came alive and sunk a 3-point shot with one minute left and proved to be the lethal blow for the Celtics.   

The Lakers secured their 16th NBA title and fifth in the last 11 years. This mammoth 16K, size 10 Jason of Beverly Hills ring is chock full of detail and arguably the most elaborate in NBA Championship history. 150 diamonds monopolize the surface of the ring. The Lakers team name logo is raised in gold accompanied by two Larry O’Brien NBA trophies signifying the team’s back-to-back 2009-2010 titles. Sixteen more diamonds surround the remaining perimeter of the rings bezel in recognition of the franchise’s 16 NBA titles. The left shank contains “2010” embossed in black with scores of each post season series  and the final score of game 7 along with the season record, “57-25” below.  The right shank contains “2009” embossed in black above the name “Rendelman” that sits atop the signatures of the 09-10 Lakers team with “Sweet Sixteen” engraved in black and gold at the bottom.

All proceeds will be donated to Positive Recovery Services, an alcohol and drug treatment center.

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