Aaron Gordon of the Denver Nuggets just had one of his best years ever.
He averaged 16.3 points and 6.6 rebounds a game with an impressive 56.4% field goal percentage.
Oh, and he also earned his first championship ring too.
Gordon’s season was full of great moments, including one when he dunked over Landry Shamet of the Phoenix Suns.
That moment has been captured as a fancy, impressive piece of bling, according to TMZ Sports, via NBACentral.
Gordon has turned his dunk into a necklace, meaning he can wear it around for years and always remember the night that he humbled Shamet.
Aaron Gordon iced out his poster dunk on Landry Shamet 🥶
— NBACentral (@TheDunkCentral) September 22, 2023
Gordon has created a name for himself as one of the best dunkers in the league.
Since joining the NBA in 2014, Gordon has made moves like this one over Shamet multiple times.
That is not shocking because Gordon is a big dude at 6-foot-8.
But he is also lean and able to move quickly and control his body masterfully.
Gordon has been in the league for nine years now but is looking more comfortable and happier than ever before.
Since coming to the Nuggets from the Orlando Magic a few seasons ago, Gordon has taken his game to a new level.
Although he did great things with the Magic, he seems to be more productive and impactful with his Nuggets roster.
Gordon has been the runner-up in the NBA Slam Dunk Contest twice now during his career.
The fact that he has come so close to winning but hasn’t surely stings.
But this dunk over Shamet – and the necklace that it inspired – will be beloved by Gordon forever.NEXT: Austin Rivers Discusses How Long Nikola Jokic Could Play In The NBA