Die-hard Chicago Bulls fans can own a piece of history, as Steve Kerr's game-worn shorts from Game 6 of the 1997 NBA Finals is now up for auction.

The Lelands Spring Classic Auction has made the iconic item available until June 19 at 8:00 p.m. PT. As of writing, the current highest bid stands at $1,650.

Here is the item's detailed description, per the Auction House:

“White Champion shorts feature a Size 36 tag in waist with Kerr’s number “25” handwritten in black with a Bulls exclusive tag that reads, “Rise +2 and Inseam +2.” Inside the shorts on the rear seam there is a “1996-1997” wash tag that shows significant wear; drawstring appears to be original.

Covered in champagne stains from the locker room victory celebration, these historic shorts have also been signed by Steve Kerr in black prominently in the front.”

Apart from owning the collector's dream item, the winning bidder will also be able to donate money for a good cause since a portion of the proceeds will be going to COVID-19 relief efforts.

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That game against the Utah Jazz, meanwhile, serves as the best highlight of Steve Kerr's successful career as a player. With five ticks remaining in regulation, the 6-foot-3 dead-shot caught a pass from Michael Jordan and drilled the go-ahead bucket to give the Bulls their fifth title in seven years.

Kerr's relationship with Jordan was also highlighted in ESPN's 10-part docu-series “The Last Dance.”The pair didn't exactly get along at the beginning (and even exchanged fists) before earning each other's respect.

Meanwhile, Jordan memorabilia has been selling like hotcakes at the height of the popularity of the documentary.

Kerr, of course, was nowhere as good as Jordan was. Still, those shorts will probably sell for a high price given the historical importance of when it was worn.