Rare Opportunity: Own the 1986 Celtics Championship Ring of David 'The Sheriff' Thirdkill

Rare Opportunity: Own the 1986 Celtics Championship Ring of David 'The Sheriff' Thirdkill"

Immerse yourself in NBA history with this extraordinary opportunity to own a genuine player's ring from the 1986 Boston Celtics championship team - one of the greatest squads to have ever graced the hardwood. The last time a ring from this prestigious team became available was over a decade ago, belonging to Robert Parish, illustrating the rarity of such memorabilia.

The 1986 Celtics team holds an impressive legacy. They recorded an unmatched home record of 40-1 and secured 67 total wins, making them the seventh best in NBA history. The season was further elevated by Larry Bird securing his third consecutive MVP trophy.

The player ring on offer belonged to forward David "The Sheriff" Thirdkill, an esteemed player who spent five seasons in the NBA before making his mark in international basketball. A 1982 first-round draft pick from Bradley University, Thirdkill transitioned to become one of the top American players overseas. His accolades include winning the Israeli Premier League MVP Award in 1993 and earning league championships in Israel and the Philippines.

Produced by Balfour, the 14K-gold ring is a size 9.5, weighing 40.2 grams. It features genuine diamonds embedded in a shamrock face, coupled with beautifully detailed Celtics motifs on the shanks. This ring is not just a piece of sports memorabilia; it is a piece of art that celebrates one of the most successful periods in the Celtics' storied history.

This treasured ring comes with a Letter of Authenticity from TJ Kaye Championship Ring Authentication. Currently, the bid stands at $14,000 on the auction with two days left to go. This is a rare opportunity for die-hard fans and collectors alike to own a piece of NBA championship history. Act now to add this extraordinary ring to your collection and be part of the Celtics' victorious legacy.


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