Warriors fans can now buy Stephen Curry's game-used mouthguard
Stephen Curry's mouthguard has become nearly as identifiable with his game as his ability to make buckets from anywhere on the floor, because he has this thing where he's constantly chewing on it.
There are probably many reasons for this, one of which Curry explained on Jimmy Kimmel's show:
Now, Golden State Warriors fans with some disposable cash can buy one of those famous mouthguards.
According to ESPN, a fan picked up Curry's mouthguard off the floor after a game and it has made its way over to SCP Auctions, which is selling it in an auction beginning on Aug. 3.
The mouthguard has Curry's name and the Warriors logo on the side of it, and SCP Auctions expects someone to pay upwards of $5,000 for it.
For comparison's sake, the mouthguard Muhammad Ali wore in his final fight reportedly sold for $6,700 in 2013. Will Steph's top that?