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Curry's mouthguard sells for $3,190 at auction

Thomas Campbell-US PRESSWIRE

One lucky individual may now possess trace amounts of Stephen Curry's saliva and DNA after paying $3,190 for the two-time NBA MVP's mouthguard in an online auction Sunday.

The item was "found by a fan at a Golden State Warriors road game in December" according to ESPN's Darren Rovell. No other information on the specific mouthguard was given, so it's unknown if it had been used.

Less-ridiculous items sold at the auction included pieces of Julius Erving and Wilt Chamberlain lore. Handwritten notes from Dr. J's 1981 MVP acceptance speech and signed shoes from his final NBA game sold for over $10,000 and $8,500, respectively.

Chamberlain's Los Angeles Lakers warm up uniform from the early 1970s went for more than $55,000 and a headband for $4,141.

Curry's mouthguard sells for $3,190 at auction
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