Game-worn jerseys from this season’s first round playoff games have begun to hit the block through NBA Auctions.
Among the first to arrive were the home whites donned by the Golden State Warriors in their Game 1 win over San Antonio on April 14—and in several other contests during the regular season. Jersey worn by Kevin Durant, Draymond Green, Klay Thompson and ten other members of the team are up for grabs.
Durant scored 24 points, grabbed a game-high nine rebounds and dished out seven assists in the 113-92 shellacking of the Spurs that opened the 2017-18 playoffs.
He also wore the jersey in eight games dating back to January, according to NBA Auctions including the 117-106 victory over the Lakers on March 14, the 109-103 loss to the Timberwolves on March 11, the 114-101 victory over the Nets on March 6, the 115-108 loss to the Nuggets on February 3, the 129-99 loss to the Jazz on January 30, the 123-112 victory over the Knicks on January 23, the 118-108 victory over the Cavaliers on January 15 and the 127-125 victory over the Raptors on January 13. He recorded a Double-Double in the loss to Minnesota and also in the victory over New York. He averaged 25 points over the eight games.
This white jersey, a Size 50+4 inches extra length, is registered into the NBA and MeiGray Game-Worn Jersey Authentication Program.
Jerseys from the Oklahoma City Thunder, Atlanta Hawks and Indiana Pacers have also been added to the online catalog. Bidding continues through May 17 at Auctions.NBA.com.