An auction at DuMouchelles on February 12-14 will feature more than 1,500 lots of fine art, antiques and vintage collectibles for sale.
Of particular interest to basketball collectors is a 2004 Detroit Pistons NBA Championship ring, commemorating their victory over the Los Angeles Lakers. It carries an estimate of $4,000-5,000.
The channel set 10K white gold ring boats 56 round brilliant diamonds, totalling 1.03 carats.
In addition, the name of a team associate - not a player - is engraved inside the ring. It will be sold with a presentation box and certificate of authenticity.
Other sports memorabilia in DuMouchelles' sale will include an "Official League" baseball autographed by Dizzy Dean (1910-1974), the renowned St Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame star pitcher.
The ball and autograph are each in good condition, and will sell with an estimate of $1,000-1,500.
In an ironic twist, the artefacts will be sold in the Detroit - whose team, the Tigers, Dizzy Dean helped to defeat in the 1934 World Series.