Rather than our logos, your custom logo can be imprinted in black or in full color on the title plate. Please check out the
Submitting Artwork page for details!
An award with 0 detail plates will need templates ordered for the sides or an extended base
if you plan to add detail plates later to make it a perpetual award.More information.
Detail plates are attached with standard phillips head screws, making it easy to remove a blank plate
to have your next champ's info engraved! See our FAQ for information
regarding having future detail plates engraved.
Our arm chair Basketball statuette, with a bronze finish on top of a large wooden base. Title plate on the
front is black brass, matted on a gold plate.
The resin figure on top features a player holding a basketball in one hand, and a TV remote in the other, You will
find the detail in this figure to be amazing ... An award your champion will be proud to display on his mantle or desk.
This award is available in three different models:
The Base Model comes with templates for mounting detail plates on the sides adjacent to the title plate. There are slots for up to 16 plates included. Only the plates you have engraved will be
included and mounted. Leagues on a tight budget only pay for detail plates as they have them engraved with this option.
You may elect to acquire a template for the back side, if you wish, to make the award good for 24 years' worth of champions.
The Deluxe Model has the elegant traditional look of a perpetual trophy, as it comes with 24 detail plates premounted on the base. You may have your plates engraved locally, or you can order a new plate
from us when it is time to add your next champion.
0 Detail Plate Model
The 0 Detail Plate Model comes with only a title plate on the base; it has no detail plates premounted on the sides, nor does it have a template for mounting detail plates later. This allows this award to be used as a keeper award, or an inexpensive traveling award.
If you use it as a traveling award, you can add templates to the sides later to make it a perpetual award.