NBA Auctioning Off LeBron’s ‘Cramp Game’ Jersey

Lebron James‘ Game 1 cramps are still fresh in our mind, and the NBA is looking to cash in on the historic nature of said cramps. ‘Bron’s Game worn ‘Cramp Game’ jersey has been put up for auction by the NBA, with bids already over $5,000.

LeBron, who had to leave Game 1 due to cramps, was unable to return in crunch time and as we know the Spurs took advantage, and have really never looked back. The jersey is on the opposite end of the spectrum when compared to Michael Jordan‘s ‘Flu Game’ sneakers and Christian Laettner’s Duke uniform from when he hit ‘The Shot.’ However, both of those items sold for $104,765. and $119,500, respectively.

LeBron’s ‘Cramp Jersey’ lacks the positive connotation that the aforementioned pieces of memorabilia behold, but it will certainly fetch a large number when all is said and done at the auction.

Written by Catfish Hughes

Catfish Hughes

Frank “Catfish” Hughes has been called, “Bob Knight’s Baby with Hip Hop that covers sports.” and “the future of sports writing!” He is an official member of the NSSA & USBWA. Catfish covers the Los Angeles Angeles as the official East Coast Voice of the Lakers, and owns the NBA media outlet, WickedJumpShot.com and was the host of Thru the Wire Sports Talk Radio which aired on both ESPN Radio and Fox Sports Radio. Catfish is the head editor and chief here at the Boxing Globe. @CatfishHughes on twitter.

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