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Led by superstars Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe Bryant, the 1999-2000 Los Angeles Lakers dominated the NBA to the tune of a 67-15 regular season record. O’Neal was unstoppable, averaging 29.7 points per game to go along with 13.6 rebounds and 3.0 blocks. Bryant put up 22.5 points per contest. Head coach Phil Jackson’s squad got past the Sacramento Kings, Phoenix Suns and Portland Trail Blazers to advance to the NBA Finals. The Lakers went on the beat the Indiana Pacers, four games to two, to win the NBA title.

Considered the last piece of the Lakers’ championship puzzle, Glen Rice was acquired by Los Angeles from Charlotte in exchange for Eddie Jones and Elden Campbell in March of 1999. Rice would start in 80 games in the 1999-2000 season where he averaged 15.9 points per game and became the viable third scorer behind Bryant and O’Neal

Presented here is a 14K gold 2000 Los Angeles Lakers NBA championship ring presented to Glen Rice. This beauty of a ring features an enamel-filled “LAKERS” stretched across a bed of diamonds. “WORLD CHAMPIONS” reads in relief lettering as additional diamonds vertically line either side of the face. One shank is highlighted by a single round diamond which takes the place of a basketball appearing to go through a hoop. “BLING BLING” and the year “2000” read around the image. The opposite side is centered by an NBA logo, with the name “RICE” above and the number “41” below. Also appearing are the team’s regular season record (67-15) and postseason mark (15-8). Inside the band there is a 14K mark. The ring is an approximate size 9 ½ and weighs approximately 59.22 grams. This ring comes with a LOA from Glen Rice.

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