After six months, the Dallas Mavericks will finally have their championship rings for beating the Miami Heat 4-2 in the NBA Finals last summer.
Thursday night, before a game against former Maverick and current Timberwolf JJ Barea, the Dallas Mavericks, and Barea, will receive their rings in a short, 15-minute ceremony.
Also on hand will be Peja Stojakovic, who retired from the NBA after last season's championship win.
Team owner Mark Cuban bought rings for all the players, coaches and support staff for about $1.4 million, according to the Dallas Morning News. Each of the more expensive players and coaches rings are estimated to be worth about $40,000.
The ring was manufactured by Jostens, whose master jewelers worked closely with Jason Kidd, Dirk Nowitzki and Jason Terry on the design.
According to Jostens, they and the Mavericks are also working to create a collection of jewelry and collectibles for Maverick fans to celebrate and remember the championship.
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