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The Heat formed the NBA’s first ‘Superteam’ in 2010 when LeBron and Chris Bosh both joined Dwyane Wade in Miami in free agency and forever changed the dynamics of the NBA. With an absolute arsenal, the Miami Heat went on to win back-to-back NBA Championships and dominated the early 2010s. The 2011-12 Miami Heat won the franchise’s second NBA title when they defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA Finals, four games to one. It would be the first NBA title for LeBron James, but not the last. Offered in this lot is a 2012 Miami Heat NBA Championship 10k White Gold Ring presented to Thomas Fraser. It features the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy in yellow gold sitting atop a black onyx stone. A large CZ diamond adorns the top of the trophy upon which is a CZ diamond-encrusted Miami Heat logo. The bezel features several bands of stones and the words "WORLD CHAMPIONS.” One side has "FRASER", "2012", and a raised "ALL IN” Team Championship Trophy. The other side has "MIAMI HEAT", "FAMILY", with '06 and '12 below a pair of diamond encrusted Larry O'Brien trophies and the NBA logo. Inside is inscribed with "FORGED IN THE FIRE BETWEEN A HAMMER AND ANVIL 6-21-12" and stamped with "JOSTENS 14K.” Original black presentation box is included and is in nice condition with "MIAMI HEAT", "Thomas Fraser", and "2012 NBA CHAMPIONS" etched on the glass top. Weight: 56 grams. Size: 12

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Number Bids: 9
Auction closed on Friday, December 11, 2020.
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