Look: Bucks NBA Championship rings will blow your mind, QR code and all

The Milwaukee Bucks received their NBA Championship rings from last season prior to their first game of the new year and they are truly mind-blowing. 

A culmination of the work Giannis Antetokounmpo and his team has put in, the Milwaukee Bucks captured just their second NBA Championship in franchise history last year. So as the team prepared for their title defense beginning on Tuesday against the Nets, they were able to get their jewelry.

The Bucks NBA Championship rings were handed out on Tuesday night at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee ahead of the first game of the 2021-22 season in a nice ceremony.

And if you think you’ve had your mind blown by the details of championship rings before, you haven’t seen anything yet.

Bucks NBA Championship rings have incredible details, features

Obviously, the diamonds and the work put into the rings is impressive. But the details of the rings are just absurdly cool.

For starters, the fact that the top of the ring comes off and can be worn as a pendant on a chain or necklace is awesome. That’s a great twist that players are sure to be fans of.

On top of that, the fact that they got the “Bucks in 6” mantra — adopted from Brandon Jennings’ infamous quote but came to fruition in the NBA Finals triumph over the Suns last year — on the ring is incredible (and the Fear the Deer slogan never gets old either).

But if you want the true blow-your-mind feature, you may have noticed that, when the top of the ring comes off to make the pendant, there is a QR Code on the base of the ring. When scanned, it takes you to highlights from Milwaukee’s run to winning the title last season.

The world of championship rings always seems to be teams one-upping each other with the details. Seeing the Bucks NBA Championship rings, though, this is going to be a tough one for any team to top — even if Milwaukee is trying to better this year’s should they go back-to-back.

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