Warriors vs Celtics: 2022 NBA Finals, Diamonds Edition

Who has the best ice off the court? You be the judge.

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The NBA finals are upon us with the Golden State Warriors and the Boston Celtics competing for the title of NBA Champion. Here at OND, the team loves a little friendly competition, especially when it comes to showing off diamonds.

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So who shows up the sparkliest, the Celtics or the Warriors? Below we’ve pitted the teams’ biggest players against each other to see who wears the best and biggest diamonds. Let the games begin.

Boston Celtics

The city of Boston may not be known for its glitz and glam, but these players certainly know how to shine, on and off the court.

Jayson Tatum

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The small forward keeps his ice simple: Diamond studs and a sizable chain with his initials.

Marcus Smart

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Point guard Marcus Smart is a bit of a controversial player, but one thing to be sure of is he knows how to layer a neck mess. Check out his iced out gold chain paired with a diamond Hamsa pendant for good luck.

Jaylen Brown

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Brown has often been spotted wearing this chain necklace, honoring Trevin Steede, a former teammate who passed in 2017. He pairs it with large diamond studs, just for some extra shine.

Golden State Warriors

Steph Curry

The Golden State Warriors’ golden boy doesn’t always drip in diamonds, but we can’t look away when he does. Here he’s wearing his custom SC (Steph Curry) logo diamond pendant set in rose gold and crafted by Kilani Jewellery in Toronto, who shut down their entire workshop’s production in October 2020 to create the piece for him. Curry also has a diamond chain with his children’s names in pavé diamonds from the brand.

Andrew Wiggins

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The small forward and point guard proves he’s another neck mess pro, pairing his icy chain with a few different custom pendants.

Draymond Green

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More chains, more fun according to power forward and center Draymond Green who wears a tennis necklace paired with a cross and icon pendant.