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    The greatest NBA dynasty since the Jordan-era Bulls

    2003 San Antonio Spurs NBA Championship Ring. It's been one of the most enduring dynasties in American sports, a core group of possible and definite Hall of Famers led by coach Greg Popovich that has clasped the Larry O'Brien Trophy no fewer than five times over a fifteen-season period. In an age of professional athletics suggesting that the only constant is change, the San Antonio Spurs have held their collective ground like the defenders of the Alamo, but with considerably more favorable results.

    Evidence thereof is presented here in a glimmering convergence of precious metals and stones that commemorate the second of five NBA Championships of Pop's remarkable tenure. Though issued to a member of the Spurs' front office, this is an A-class model, identical to those earned between the painted lines by Parker, Duncan and Ginobili.

    Sixty genuine diamonds pave the surface of the ring face at a total weight of 1.65 carats, the team logo bursting from the center between raised lettering reporting, "World Champions." Left shank reads, "2003 Spurs" above twin Larry O'Brien Trophies, signifying the second claim laid to the sport's most coveted hardware. Right shank records the impressive "60-27" regular season record with the added aesthetics of an NBA logo. The owner's surname is stated above. Interior band identifies the white gold construction as "14K," and measures to a size ten and a half (10.5). Total weight is sixty-eight grams (68g.).

    The ring presents in Mint condition, still housed in both its original hinged ebony wood case (a few scratches to lid) and black cardboard packaging. Our comprehensive auction results database finds that this is just the second 2003 Spurs ring to appear on the hobby's major auction block, and the first in nearly a decade. Letter of provenance from original owner. Jeweler's appraisal.


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2016
    20th-21st Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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