1989 Rumeal Robinson’s Michigan NCAA ring- Guard Rumeal Robinson’s championship ring for the 1989 Final Four. The ring is 10K gold and looks to be hardly worn by Robinson. You may remember that it was Robison who swished two free throws with the only seconds on the clock to seal the victory over Seton Hall. Price tag: $59,999.99
1976 Indiana Hoosiers NCAA Championship Ring- A piece of history as this ring is from the last undefeated college team to win a title in 1976. This ring from the 32-0 team is 10K from Jostens. Coach Bobby Knight sold his personal ring from this season for a $175,000. So this ring is a great price at $32,019.76.
2001 Los Angeles Lakers NBA Championship Ring-
The ring was given to a personal friend of Lakers’ GM Mitch Kupchak. This ring is exact same given to the 12 man Lakers roster. A few Los Angeles Lakers championship rings have come up for sale over the years, but they normally are snatched up faster than any other team. Don’t miss out on this one at $11,500.
2006 Miami Heat NBA Championship Ring-
A ring owned by a member of the 2006 Miami Heat coaching staff that beat the Dallas Mavericks in 6 games. This 14K gold ring flooded with diamonds includes the original case with original confetti that fell from the championship game. Price tag: $17,500.
1974 New York Nets ABA Championship Ring-
The oldest and cheapest ring on this list. Also, probably the best buy as the ring is only costs 4 digits. This ring is from the championship team that contained Clyde Frazier and Earl The Pearl Monroe. This 10K gold ring is a steal at $5,500.