2020 SEATTLE STORM WNBA CHAMPIONSHIP RING


THE SEATTLE STORM ARE FOUR-TIME WNBA CHAMPIONS!

Baron® Championship Rings proudly presents the Seattle Storm's diamond-encrusted 2020 WNBA Title Ring. This beautiful piece was thoughtfully designed with many aspects of the organization’s journey to securing their fourth WNBA Championship.

We are seeing a dynasty run in the making as the Seattle Storm have won their 4th WNBA championship ring and their 2nd in 3 years. Led by WNBA Finals MVP, Breanna Stewart, the Seattle Storm swept the Las Vegas Aces 3-0 to claim the biggest trophy in the world of women’s basketball.

Front:
The studded Ring top features the Storm wordmark sitting on top of the WNBA Trophy with four strategically placed stunning stones representing the four Championships secured by the organization.

Side:

The outer edge is accented with impressive green stones, and combined with the title of The 2020 WNBA Champions anchors the look and feel of the Ring.

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Right:
The right shoulder paying homage to the Black Lives Matter movement with the iconic fist logo and "Say Her Name" as a tribute for Breonna Taylor"

Engraving:
The final detail of the Championship Ring pays tribute to the Teams mantra STRONGER THAN EVER which is engraved on the inside

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Left:
The mesh netting shoulders of the ring have significant and purposeful details, with one holding the Seattle Storm logo centered between the player's name and number.

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Baron Championship Rings Blog-2020 Seattle Storm WNBA Championship Ring-Left Side, Emerald stones, Diamonds, Seattle Storm logo, Basketball Rings

Baron Championship Rings Blog-2020 Seattle Storm WNBA Championship Ring-Front Side, Emerald stones, Diamonds, Seattle Storm logo, Basketball Rings

Front:
The studded Ring top features the Storm wordmark sitting on top of the WNBA Trophy with four strategically placed stunning stones representing the four Championships secured by the organization.

Baron Championship Rings Blog-2020 Seattle Storm WNBA Championship Ring-Right Side, Emerald stones, Diamonds, Seattle Storm logo, Basketball Rings

Left:
The mesh netting shoulders of the ring have significant and purposeful details, with one holding the Seattle Storm logo centered between the player's name and number.

Side:

The outer edge is accented with impressive green stones, and combined with the title of The 2020 WNBA Champions anchors the look and feel of the Ring.

Baron Championship Rings Blog-2020 Seattle Storm WNBA Championship Ring-Right Side, Emerald stones, Diamonds, Seattle Storm logo, Basketball Rings

Right:
The right shoulder paying homage to the Black Lives Matter movement with the iconic fist logo and "Say Her Name" as a tribute for Breonna Taylor"

Baron Championship Rings Blog-2020 Seattle Storm WNBA Championship Ring-Left Side, Emerald stones, Diamonds, Seattle Storm logo, Basketball Rings

Engraving:
The final detail of the Championship Ring pays tribute to the Teams mantra STRONGER THAN EVER which is engraved on the inside

Baron Championship Rings Blog-2020 Seattle Storm WNBA Championship Ring-Sides, Emerald stones, Diamonds, Seattle Storm logo, Basketball Rings

Congratulations to the Seattle Storm on capturing their fourth WNBA Championship Ring.

A stunning piece of jewellery that signifies terrific achievements from the 2020 season.

2020 WNBA Champions

The 2020 WNBA season was shortened due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

However, it was business as usual for the Seattle Storm as they marched through the competition on their path to championship ring number 4.

The entirety of the WNBA regular season, along with the playoffs, was played at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.

This is just about as far away from Seattle as you could possibly go in the USA. However, the Seattle Storm were up to the challenge from the get-go.

“My goodness, are they a thing of beauty.”

“The ring is a perfect fit for the Storm and wonderfully pays tribute to not only the 2020 Championship but the three that proceeded it.” – via NBC Sports

Through the 22 games WNBA regular season, the Seattle Storm finished tied for 1st place with a record of 18-4.

Although, only outdone by the future finalist Las Vegas Aces on a head-to-head tiebreaker.

The regular season was highlighted by a 9 game winning streak to start the month of August, with the last 5 coming by 15+ points.

It was clear then in early August that the Seattle Storm were destined for a long playoff run yet again in 2020.

Other season highlights include team MVP Breanna Stewart leading the team in scoring 15 times in just 24 games, once scoring 29 in a single game.

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seattle basketball & Fans

A massive element of sports at all levels, especially at the professional level, is the presence of the fans.

Whether home or away, a crowd can motivate players to perform at the top of their game.

On par with almost all sports worldwide in 2020, the entirety of the WNBA regular season and playoffs were played without fans in attendance.

There have been many quotes from athletes worldwide regarding how difficult it is to play and perform without the fans.

Certainly, which makes what the Seattle Storm did in 2020 even more impressive.

If you face a losing streak or a tough opponent, your home fans can spark the team to play harder and represent the people who paid to watch them play.

Without the fans in attendance at IMG Academy, the Storm represented the city of Seattle and their fans worldwide very well.

Persevering through all the bumps and bruises that a WNBA season throws at you.

Interactive Ring Experience
Click the above image to start Baron® ‘s Interactive Ring Experience and to fully rotate the 2020 Seattle Storm Championship Ring by clicking and dragging in any direction.

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WNBA Champions & Leadership

When you sit back and reflect on the 2020 WNBA season that was, it becomes very clear that the Seattle Storm was built for this type of season and circumstances.

A nice mix of young and energetic talent alongside veterans of the game like Sue Bird and Epiphanny Prince proved to be a recipe for success in 2020.

The likes of Prince and Bird have traveled all over the world representing their countries and playing professionally.

All of which led them to be leaders on and off the floor when faced with a situation like the 2020 WNBA bubble.

Beyond the youth movement within the team and the clear veteran leadership lies a group of blooming professionals like Breanna Stewart, Alysha Clark, and Jewell Loyd.

These three, in particular, have been in the league a few years now and have developed into great professionals that can continue to learn from the savvy veterans on the team.

After that, go on to apply those leadership qualities to the younger players on and off the court.

Put all of these things together and you find yourself with a highly motivated yet calm under pressure group of teammates that will do whatever it takes to win. Which of course they went on to do.

2020 Seattle Storm WNBA Championship Ring

There is almost no way that one can begin to understand what it takes to be a professional athlete, let alone a Championship-caliber athlete.

The sacrifices that need to be made go beyond the average person’s imagination.

Leaving your family for long periods of time, spending long hours watching a film, or practicing.

Of course the threat of injury and overcoming these injuries as they occur.

With all things considered, there are few better feelings than winning a Championship and the reward for that Championship goes well beyond a trophy.

The Seattle Storm, like many other Championship teams, knows a thing or two about Championship Rings and what they mean to a team.

Championship Ring is personalized to honor the individual sacrifices made, yet it always has specific details that remind the athletes that they won as a team.

Especially, they won for the fans and for their city.

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On the Seattle Storm 2020 WNBA Championship Ring are 4 large diamonds representing the 4 Championships in team history. Along with a fitting inside engraving that reads “Stronger Than Ever”. Truly the perfect engraving for the inside of the stunning Championship Ring. The motto “Stronger Than Ever” reminds the players of the challenges that they endured throughout their unique 2020 season.

For one thing, proving that they had what it takes to overcome the adversity and win yet another WNBA championship.

The Official 2020 Seattle Storm WNBA Championship Ring: The Details and Stoy of the Ring. Featuring Storm wordmark sitting on top of the WNBA Trophy with four strategically placed stunning stones representing the four Championships secured by the organization. “Say Her Name” as a tribute for Breonna Taylor, Teams mantra STRONGER THAN EVER which is engraved on the inside

“I either won a Championship or I’ve been knocked down in the first round. There wasn’t really been a middle ground. And so what that teaches you is when you have a chance you can’t really slip through” said Sue Bird.

“These last 2 Championships I’ve definitely been vocal in the locker room about not letting the moment pass because you just going to regret it.”

“Our team, our organization, it’s a team of winning success so our mindset (with) every practice is how do get there, how do we push, how do we make it sure for the better,” said Jewell Loyd.

2020 Seattle Storm WNBA Championship Ring

For some, this may be their first WNBA Championship Ring. For others, it may be their last.

However, regardless of how the paths of these athletes go, they will always be remembered for their achievements in 2020.

The 2020 Seattle Storm WNBA Championship Ring will be theirs forever and will signify the dedication and passion they displayed to bring a title back to Seattle.

Still, even if it meant doing so in a bubble over 3,000 miles away in Bradenton, Florida.

If the Seattle Storm proved anything during the 2020 WNBA season, it was that they truly were “Stronger Than Ever”.