By the Numbers
Emerald Shape Diamonds on Left Side of Ring
The path to the Milwaukee Bucks 2021 NBA Finals victory included 16 total playoff wins.
- Win 1: May 22 | 109-107
- Win 2: May 24 | 132-98
- Win 3: May 27 | 113-84
- Win 4: May 29 | 120-103
- Win 5: June 10 | 86-83
- Win 6: June 13 | 107-96
- Win 7: June 17 | 104-89
- Win 8: June 19 | 115-111
- Win 9: June 25 | 125-91
- Win 10: June 27 | 113-102
- Win 11: July 1 | 123-112
- Win 12: July 3 | 118-107
- Win 13: July 11 | 120-100
- Win 14: July 14 | 109-103
- Win 15: July 17 | 123-119
- Win 16: July 20 | 105-98
Round stones on the inner bezel
The Milwaukee Bucks claimed their first NBA Championship title in 1971 after sweeping the Baltimore Bullets. The roster featured three Hall of Famers: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bob Dandridge and Oscar Robertson.
After 50 years, the team hoisted the Larry O’Brien trophy at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee on July 20, 2021. Led by NBA Finals MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and head Coach Mike Budenholzer, the Milwaukee Bucks made history and fulfilled the “Bucks in Six” mantra bouncing back from a two-game deficit to win the series.
Approximate carat weight on the shank
The team earned three total Conference titles in team history: 1971, 1974 and 2021. To claim their Conference title in 2021, the Milwaukee Bucks successfully outlasted and outplayed 14 other teams in the NBA’s Eastern Conference.
Purity of the yellow gold used on the trophy
The Milwaukee Bucks finished the 2020-21 NBA season with a 46-26 record. With 7 losses and 16 wins throughout the playoffs, the team bolstered its record to 62-33 – a season winning percentage of 65.3%.
Approximate total carat weight of emeralds
A nod to the team’s home city, the cumulative emerald weight represents Milwaukee’s 414 area code.
Approximate carat weight featured in the World Champions wording
On Jan. 22, 1968, the National Basketball Association awarded the Milwaukee-based basketball franchise to a group of investors - headed by Wesley D. Pavalon and Marvin L. Fishman - called Milwaukee Professional Sports and Services, Inc.
The team played their first regular-season game against the Chicago Bulls before a Milwaukee Arena crowd of 8,467 in October 1968. Since that time, the Milwaukee Bucks have cultivated a storied 53-year history featuring unbelievable wins, extraordinary players and the best fans in the NBA.
Noteworthy: The side of the ring features design elements from Fiserv Forum – the home of the Milwaukee Bucks and venue where the team secured its 2021 NBA Championship.