The Dallas Mavericks personalized Championship rings are finally in.
According to ESPN, the customized player’s rings cost around $40,000 a piece, and will be given to Mavs players in a brief ceremony prior to their Wednesday night game against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Mavs’ owner Mark Cuban paid a total of $1.4 million for the rings for the 15 players and the entire coaching staff. The design is similar to the one chosen by the 2009-10 Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks.
On one side the player’s name are engraved above the team logo with the player’s jersey number. Guard Jason Terry said he also believes the team’s postseason motto, “The Time is Now,” is engraved on the ring.
The Dallas Mavericks won the 2010-11 NBA Championship last June, beating out the Miami Heat in six games. It was the first in franchise history.