The Los Angeles Lakers, fresh off of their 2020 NBA championship and tipping off the new season against the Philadelphia 76ers, were presented with their championship rings pre-game last night.

The rings, which were unveiled in detail by the Lakers on Twitter (below), are predictably decadent. They feature a yellow gold base with gemstones covering the entirety of the ring in the shape of the Lakers logo and “World Champions.” The side of the ring features each player’s name, number, and the phrase “Leave a Legacy.”

This ring is LeBron James’ fourth, having won two previously with the Miami Heat and one with his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers. Anthony Davis was presented with his first ring.

The ring presentation ceremony included congratulatory clips from each player’s loved ones. A championship banner was also hung in the Lakers’ Staples Center, however, it was not unveiled as it was announced that the Lakers would wait to do so when fans were let back inside the arena.

The Lakers went on to lose their opening game against the 76ers 116 to 109.

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