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#1 09-10-2018 10:34:15

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Date d'inscription: 09-10-2018
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How much do you know about the NBA championship ring?

Will this finally be the season for the Phoenix Suns? This seems to be talk of the town these days in Phoenix and elsewhere. Will this be the season that the Suns overcome their adversity and become NBA champions? The Suns have appeared in two NBA championships in their 38 year old franchise and have been defeated both times. The first appearance was in 1976 against the Boston Celtics and the last was in 1993 against the Chicago Bulls. They also hold the record for the longest consecutive seasons of not winning a championship which is at 38 years. Has any nba championship rings for sale franchise faced the setbacks and disappointments that this team has been through in their entire existence?

It all started in 1969, which was their first season, and the year I was born. The coin toss was between the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns for the overall number one pick in the draft and the rights to Lew Alcindor (later known as Kareem Abdul Jabbar). Milwaukee won the coin toss and rights to one of the greatest NBA players to ever step on the court. The Phoenix Suns picked Neal Walk as the number two selection. Neal who??? The start of the team's destiny had begun.

Several other setbacks happened for this franchise. There was the huge drug scandal in 1987 which caused a shakeup in the team roster and negative publicity around the cheap nba championship rings. There was the NBA championship in 1993 which had Charles Barkley and the Suns so close to sending Michael Jordan and the Bulls to a seventh game. It was John Paxson's three point shot after a steal by Jordan that ended the Suns season. The following two seasons were even more disappointing when the heavily favorite Suns were on verge of eliminating the Houston Rockets each season only to produce one of the worst choke jobs of all time two years in a row. In 1994 the Suns were up 2 games to none with victories on the road against the Rockets. They end up losing the series despite having home court advantage. In 1995, the Suns were up 3 games to 1 game with home court advantage and lost three straight games to allow the Rockets to advance to the NBA finals.


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