2002 Los Angeles Lakers Basketball Championship Ring with wooden box Sz 11

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The 2002 Finals was the National Basketball Association championship series for the 2001–02 season. The best-of-seven playoff was contested between the Los Angeles Lakers, champions of the Western Conference and two-time defending champions, and the New Jersey Nets, champions of the Eastern Conference. The Lakers swept the Nets, four games to none, to win the franchise's 14th championship. The 56th edition of the championship series was played between June 5 and June 12 and was broadcast on NBC.

Shaquille O'Neal, who averaged 36 points and 12 rebounds in the Finals, was named the Finals Most Valuable Player. Lakers coach Phil Jackson won his ninth ring, tying him with Red Auerbach for most all-time. During the series, he surpassed Pat Riley for most career playoffs wins with 156. 

Item Type: Rings
Setting Type: Channel Setting
Shape\pattern: Round
Metals Type: Zinc Alloy
Gender: Men
Material: Cubic Zirconia
SIZE: 11

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