Both Steph Curry game jerseys from this year’s Finals offered by NBA Auctions were from games the Golden State Warriors lost. That didn’t seem to matter to collectors.
The black City Edition jersey Curry donned for a Game 3 loss to the Boston Celtics sold late Thursday night for $386,043.
The sale followed the June 29 auction for a jersey worn by the series MVP in Game 1 that ended at $203,333.
Curry scored a game high 31 points in that third game defeat. It would be the last game in the best of seven that Golden State lost. They grabbed the next three games to win the series 4-2.
Klay Thompson’s Game 3 jersey sold for $35,700 in the same auction while the jersey worn by Jonathan Kuminga went for $25,520.
A ball used in Game 2 sold for $16,474 while those from Games 1 and 3 brought $11,460 and $8,820 respectively.
Jerseys worn by the Celts in Game 3 are now up for auction.
That photo of rookie Babe Ruth and some Boston Red Sox teammates looking through photographs of themselves in the offices of Underwood and Underwood in 1915 sold for over $32,000 early Sunday morning.
The 6 1/4″ x 8 1/2″ double weight photo was taken during a Red Sox day off in New York and still contains the original caption attached to the back.
Authenticated and encapsulated by PSA, the photo drew 80 bids.
The latest in a long line of burglaries at North American hobby shops has cost one Canadian store thousands of dollars in merchandise.
A thief smashed his way into Capital City Sports Cards in Edmonton just before 1 AM Thursday and stole framed autographed jerseys and baseball cards.
Owner James Pulliam told CTV News he learned of the break-in through sensors on his glass display cases. He drove to the shop and saw shattered glass and a K9 unit already on scene.