Heritage Auctions put up pieces of NBA history up for auction. Lamar Odom's 2009 and 2010 back-to-back championship rings is now available for purchase.
Here is the information on the ring according to Heritage Auctions:
The Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy appears in miniature on the ring face along with the “Lakers” logo, set against a background of wall-to-wall diamonds. “2009 World Champions” balances at the perimeter in raised text. The left shank features an image of the LA skyline, the year “09” and the regular season record of “65-17.” Left shank identifies Odom by name, number and even facially, the first Championship ring we’ve ever encountered to picture its recipient. The team’s regular season record of 65-17 completes the design. The right shank lists the results of each Playoff series, with a roman numeral “XV” keeping count of franchise Championships. The band measures to a size eleven and a half (11.5), and is stamped “JBH-003, 15k” inside. We note that other player rings that have sold likewise have low serial numbers after the “Jason of Beverly Hills” maker’s monogram at interior band, assuring this is indeed Odom’s one and only original.
Odom earned the two rings when the Lakers won back-to-back NBA titles during the 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons. The veteran forward played for the franchise from 2004 to 2011 and saw the bulk of his success in Los Angeles.
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