It's a staff ring, not a player ring. Staff rings go out to coaches, trainers, physical therapists, that sort of thing. Not as rare or collectible as a player ring, but a ring's a ring.
- Fact 1: The Miami Heat's championship win in 2006 was the first championship win in franchise history.
- Fact 2: There were multiple versions of this ring issued for players, trainers, coaches, and staff, each one with slight variations in quality and cost.
- Fact 3: This ring is made of 10k solid white gold and encrusted with dozens of real diamonds.
- Fact 4: The most expensive championship ring produced to date is the Florida Marlins 2003 World Series ring. It features 13 rubies, 229 diamonds, and retails for about $40,000.
- Fact 5: The 2006 NBA Finals was the first Finals appearance for both the Miami Heat and the Dallas Mavericks.