The Golden State Warriors are auctioning off signed, game-worn jerseys to raise money to aid relief efforts for victims of the Camp Fire in Northern California.
Jerseys worn by Kevin Durant, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala, Klay Thompson and Shaun Livingston and another issued to the injured Steph Curry in the November 18 Warriors-Spurs game in San Antonio are up for bid on the NBA Auctions website. The players were scheduled to sign the jerseys following the game.
The auction runs through Thursday, November 29. The Warriors will donate all proceeds from the six jerseys and the online donation page directly to the North Valley Community Foundation. At last check, bidding was fairly modest compared to other Warriors game-worn jerseys sold over the last couple of years.
The Warriors have also launched a CrowdRise site to help raise funds and will match all donations up to $25,000.
The fire resulted in dozens of casualties and destroyed thousands of buildings and homes, marking it the most destructive blaze in California’s history.