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    1991 Chicago Bulls NBA Championship Ring Presented to Power Forward Scott Williams with Player Letter from The Scott Williams Collection. Championships are like love--there nothing quite like the first. As every basketball fan is aware--and virtually every human after the recent airing of the massively popular "Last Dance" documentary--the Chicago Bulls would claim six rings during the 1990's, led through that era of supreme domination by the greatest player of them all, Michael Jordan.

    Our consignor is Jordan's teammate Scott Williams, who was fortunate enough to enter the NBA as a rookie with the 1990-91 Bulls, participating in the entirety of the first of two Chicago three-peats. The very first Bulls championship this ring represents is best remembered today for the photograph of a weeping Michael Jordan cradling the Larry O'Brien Trophy after an NBA Finals-clinching Game Five victory over the Los Angeles Lakers.

    Williams would come off the bench in four of the five 1991 NBA Finals contests, his best play coming in Game Three when he recorded four points, two rebounds and two assists in only eleven minutes of service in an eventual 104-96 overtime victory. We should also note, as a fascinating bit of NBA trivia, that Williams is the only man to have played on teams with both Michael Jordan and LeBron James (2004-05 Cavaliers).

    This championship ring version may be our favorite style of the half-dozen Bulls models that exist, featuring a golden logo and "Bulls" text set against a black stone on the face. Thirty genuine diamonds run the perimeter. Left shank bears Williams' surname and jersey number, framing a miniature Larry O'Brien Trophy and the Bulls' regular season record. The left shank reads "World Champions 1991" with the NBA logo and the Bulls' postseason record. Interior band is stamped "14K Jostens" and measures to a size eleven and a half (11.5). Weight is forty-two grams (42 g.). Light wear is evident, but our catalog imagery should confirm that there are no distractions worthy of mention. Letter of provenance from Scott Williams.

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