LeBron 'Cramp' jersey tops $20K at auction

Jersey worn by James in Game 1 of 2014 NBA Finals up for bids


MIAMI – Apparently, even in the NBA, one man's trash is another man's treasure.

The jersey that LeBron James wore in the infamous "Cramp Game" of the 2014 NBA Finals is up for auction and has already surpassed the $20,000 mark.

Heat fans remember... or have chosen to forget... Game 1 vs. the Spurs as the game in which LeBron was forced to leave after suffering severe cramps. The cramping was thought to be brought on by the extremely warm temperatures inside San Antonio's AT&T Center caused by a faulty air conditioning unit.

Miami lost that game 110-95 and fell in the series 4-games-to-1.

With 8 days remaining in the auction, there have been 12 bids placed on the jersey with the current bid standing at $20,770.

The NBA Auctions website is quick to point out that the jersey was only worn in the first half of the game, not the second half when the NBA All-Star was carried to the bench by his teammates.

If the price of the LeBron jersey is too rich for your blood, the site also offers various other Heat jerseys and paraphernalia.