LeBron James brought the NBA title to Cleveland but he’s not bringing all of his jerseys. NBA Auctions and MeiGray are once again selling jerseys
worn in the Finals and on Thursday night LeBron’s second half shirt from Game 1 sold for a whopping $52,592.
James’ Game 1 road jersey, worn only in the second half of a 104-89 loss to Golden State drew the highest bid of any offered so far. He scored 23 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and dished out 9 assists that night. The blue road jersey is an XL with 2 inches added on.
James’ Game 3 jersey is up for bid now. With a week to go in the auction, the high bid is $36,620. He wore that one as the Cavs pounded the Warriors 120-90 for their first win in the Series. He scored 32 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in the home white model.
Steph Curry’s Game 1 jersey sold for $25,020 despite a lackluster 11 point night in the Warriors’ victory.
Draymond Green’s Game 1 jersey brought $16,019; Klay Thompson’s sold for $13,020 while the shirt worn by Kyrie Irving in the second half of the Finals opener brought a winning bid of $12,778.
Last year, a James jersey worn during the first two games of the Finals sold for over $46,000.