Curry auctioning game-worn kicks for a good cause.
Stephen Curry is auctioning off two pairs of custom Under Armour Curry 3s that were worn during pre-game warmups as well as in-game, during the Warriors game against the Knicks on December 15th.
The shoes, which read "Oakland Strong" and "Ghost Ship," are being sold to raise money for the victims of the Ghost Ship warehouse fire that claimed a total of 36 lives earlier this month.
“We were all devastated by the news of this tragedy and the loss of so many young lives right here in our community,” said Curry. “My goal in wearing these shoes was to not only honor the victims that lost their lives that night, but also to raise awareness for the relief efforts that are underway. Hopefully through this auction we can help further assist with those efforts.”
100% of the proceeds from this charity auction will go to the Oakland Fire Relief fund that has been established on YouCaring.com to assist victims and families of the devastating fire. With almost 10 days still left in the auction, bids for the game-worn Curry 3s have already eclipsed $5,000.
The game-worn Curry 3s can be bid on here.
The pre-game low-top Curry 3s can be bid on here.