Stephen Curry’s image would not be complete without his famous mouthguard, making it iconic in its own way.
As such, that particular item of the league’s back-to-back Most Valuable Player became an auction piece at SCP Auction, a California-based website.
Interestingly enough, someone took the plunge and got it for quite a hefty amount, per ESPN’s Darren Rovell. Apart from claiming that it was found by a fan during a Golden State Warriors road game and it had Curry’s name, no further description was provided about the item.
A Stephen Curry mouthguard found by a fan at a Golden State Warriors road game in December was sold for $3,190 on Sunday morning in an online auction.
California-based SCP Auctions handled the sale. In June, SCP vice president Dan Imler said he expected the mouthguard to sell for at least $5,000.
It’s crazy that something like that sold for over three thousand dollars, but in the same auction, there were also traditionally rare items that went out for even bigger sums.