DALLAS -- Jason Terry isn't satisfied with one championship ring. He wants two.
"I'm actually going to buy an extra one," Terry said, "and raffle that one off."
The Dallas Mavericks will finally receive their 2010-11 championship rings during a ceremony before Wednesday's game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Mavs raised their championship banner before the season-opener on Christmas Day, but the rings weren't finished because the lockout didn't allow owner Mark Cuban to consult with his veteran players on the design of the ring.
Now that they're ready for delivery, Terry will be picking up two.
"I'm raffling mine off, so we're going to see what happens. All the money is going to my foundation," Terry said. "I'm taking my girls' team to China this year so we're trying to raise some funds and that's what I'm doing. I think that will be a great way and it will give a fan a unique experience that they wouldn't necessarily have."
Terry is the coach of his daughter Jasionna’s AAU team called the Lady Jets. After Terry won the NBA championship, he narrowly missed coaching the Lady Jets to the 12-year-old AAU National title, losing on a buzzer-beater.
Terry said once he has secured the additional ring, which will be an exact replica of the original, including his name engraved on the side, he will release information on Twitter (@jasonterry31) and Facebook as to how to purchase the $10 raffle tickets. He said the raffle will last for a month.
Cuban said he spent a total of $1.4 million on the rings for players and the entire coaching staff, which puts the value of each ring at approximately $40,000.
The players have yet to actually see the rings. Terry said he believes the team's postseason motto, "The Time is Now," will also be engraved on the ring.
"That's what's going to be special about it, not knowing and seeing what's actually on it," Terry said. "It's going to be unique. It's going to be special."