Steph Curry was as hot as it gets during Golden State’s Game 2 win in the 2018 NBA Finals…as in record-setting hot. His jersey from that evening is now sizzling on the auction block.
Curry set a Finals record with nine three-pointers in the Warriors’ 122-103 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on June 3 at ORACLE Arena in Oakland. NBA Auctions is offering a jersey he donned during that performance in its latest sale with the high bid now at over $40,000. Bidding won’t conclude until Thursday and it’s likely late activity will push it much higher.
Curry played 37 minutes and registered a game-high 33 points and also chipped in a team-high eight assists, seven rebounds and a steal. The nine three pointers broke the record of eight set by Ray Allen in the 2010 Finals. Curry now owns the record for career threes in the Finals with 90.
“It means a lot,” Curry said after the game. “As I’ve gone through my career I’ve been blessed to play, Reggie (Miller) and Ray Allen are the two names that always pop up at the top of all the 3-point shooter lists, so any time you’re mentioned with those type of names is pretty special.”
The gray “Statement” style jersey, a Size 46+4 inches extra length, is registered into the NBA and MeiGray Game-Worn Jersey Authentication Program. The jerseys worn in the championship round all have the ‘NBA Finals’ patch on the back of the jersey above the player’s name.
The Curry shirt is one of numerous jerseys from Game 2 that are currently on the block including one donned by LeBron James that’s also sitting at $40,200. Bidding will conclude Thursday night on the NBA Auctions website.