NBA 2022 Golden State Warriors Men's Basketball World Championship Ring Upgrade Top Open Version

NBA 2022 Golden State Warriors Men's Basketball World Championship Ring Upgrade Top Open Version

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2022 Golden State Warriors NBA Men's Basketball World Championship Ring Upgrade Top Open Version

Material: You can choose material to get this ring in copper, silver, or yellow gold

Size: Standard US size from size 8 to size 15 (some rare size need about some extra days to make)
high grade studded AAA CZ on top

All Stones are prong set by our skilled workers, not glued

Deep Sharp engraving and 3 D letters.

All Details Are Clear to See

Solid ring, very heavy

Weight: about 100 to 120 grams, around 320 to 360 grams with packing

Packing: Luxury Wooden Gift box

Custom service: Customize service is available for this ring, we can put your name and number on the ring to make your championship ring personalized, if you want this custom service, please put your name and number on the Column when you made the purchase

The 2021–22 Golden State Warriors season was the 76th season of the franchise in the National Basketball Association (NBA), its 60th in the San Francisco Bay Area, and its third season at the Chase Center. After failing to make the playoffs the previous two seasons, the Warriors beat the Boston Celtics 4–2 in the Finals. It was the Warriors' fourth championship in eight years, and seventh overall. With the win, many analysts claimed the Warriors as one of the greatest dynasties in NBA history.

On December 14, Stephen Curry hit five three-pointers against the New York Knicks to reach 2,977, which surpassed Ray Allen's career total of 2,973 for most three-pointers made in NBA history in the regular season. Earlier in the season against the Chicago Bulls, Curry hit nine three-pointers to reach 3,366 which broke Allen's record of 3,358 for most three-pointers made in NBA history, regular season, and postseason combined. Curry also became the first player in NBA history to surpass 500 three-pointers in the play-offs, finishing with 561.

On January 9, Klay Thompson made his season debut against the Cleveland Cavaliers after missing the 2019–20 season with a left ACL tear, and the 2020–21 season with a right Achilles tendon tear. He recorded 17 points and 3 rebounds in a 96–82 win.

Stephen Curry, Andrew Wiggins, and Draymond Green were named to the 2022 NBA All-Star Game; however, Green was injured and did not play in the game. On February 20, Team LeBron defeated Team Durant in the All-Star Game and Curry, playing for Team LeBron, was named the All-Star Game MVP. This is the fifth time that a Warriors player has won the award. He scored 50 points, and set numerous All-Star Game records, including most three-pointers made (16), and most all-time three-pointers made in the All-Star Game (47).

The Warriors had a 41–13 record in February, then went 7–16 in an injury-plagued stretch of 23 games, and then won the final 5 games of the season. They clinched a playoff berth for the first time since 2018–19 season after a 111–107 win over the Utah Jazz on April 2. They finished third in the Western Conference, with a record of 53–29. In the first round of the playoffs, the Warriors defeated the Denver Nuggets in five games. In the second round, the Warriors upset the second-seed Memphis Grizzlies in six games. They went on to defeat the Dallas Mavericks in five games, winning the Western Conference for the seventh time in their history, and the sixth time in the last eight years. The last team to win six championships in eight years was the 1990–98 Chicago Bulls in the Eastern Conference. The Warriors under Steve Kerr have never lost a Western Conference playoff series, going 18–0 during this span, tied with the 1959–67 Boston Celtics for the longest playoff winning streak in NBA history against their conference opponents. Golden State met the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals in a rematch of the 1964 Finals, in which the Celtics defeated the then–San Francisco Warriors in five games. The Warriors defeated the Celtics four games to two to win their fourth championship in eight years, seventh overall, and first since 2018. After the series, many analysts claimed that the Warriors were one of the greatest dynasties in NBA history. During the championship run, the Warriors won at least one road game in all four playoff series, thus extending their NBA record for consecutives playoff series with at least one road win at 27, a record that is "beyond compare" in NBA history. 

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