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Lebron James Championship Rings

Championship Rings – LeBron James Rings 3

LeBron James has 4 Championship Rings

2012 Miami Heat Championship Ring

Miami Heat 4 : 1 Oklahoma City Thunder

The 2012 NBA Finals was the championship series of the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) 2011–12 season, and the conclusion of the season’s playoffs. The Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat defeated the Western Conference champion Oklahoma City Thunder four games to one to win their second NBA title. Heat forward LeBron James was named the Finals MVP.

2013 Miami Heat Championship Ring

Miami Heat 4 : 3 San Antonio Spurs

The 2013 NBA Finals was the championship series of the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) 2012–13 season and the conclusion of the season’s playoffs. In the best-of-seven series, the defending NBA Champion and Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat defeated the Western Conference champion San Antonio Spurs in seven games to win their second consecutive title. The Heat were favored to repeat as champions over the Spurs. The finals began with Game 1 on June 6, and ended with Game 7 on June 20.

2016 Cleveland Cavaliers Championship Ring

Cleveland Cavaliers 4 : 3 Golden State Warriors

The 2016 NBA Finals was the championship series of the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) 2015–16 season and conclusion of the 2016 playoffs. The Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the defending NBA champion and Western Conference champion Golden State Warriors four games to three in a rematch of the previous year’s Finals. The Cavaliers became the fourth team to win the championship after losing the first two games, joining the 1969 Boston Celtics, 1977 Portland Trail Blazers, and 2006 Miami Heat. It was the 14th rematch of the previous NBA Finals in history, and the first Finals since 2008 in which the number one seed in each conference met. It was the second straight rematch in back-to-back years, as the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs played each other in 2013 and 2014. Cleveland’s LeBron James was named the Finals Most Valuable Player (MVP). James won the Finals MVP award unanimously, receiving all 11 Finals MVP votes.

2020 Los Angeles Lakers Championship Ring

Los Angeles Lakers 4 : 2 Miami Heat

The 2020 NBA Finals was the championship series of the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) 2019–20 season and conclusion of the season’s playoffs. In this best-of-seven playoff series, the Western Conference champion Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat, 4–2, winning their first NBA championship in ten years. It was the franchise’s 17th title, tying the Boston Celtics for the most in league history. The Lakers’ LeBron James was named the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player (MVP) for the fourth time in his career. He became the first player in league history to be named Finals MVP with three different franchises (two with the Heat, one with the Cleveland Cavaliers and one with the Lakers) and along with teammate Danny Green, jointly the third players to win the NBA Finals with three different teams. Lakers president Jeanie Buss became the first female controlling owner to guide her team to an NBA title.

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  2. […] for the first time in 40 years. There Golden State fought off a surprisingly strong challenge from LeBron James and the heavy underdog Cleveland Cavaliers to capture the NBA title in a six-game series. The […]

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