Notes: Jokic’s Game 3 Finals Jersey Nets 6 Figures; Ohtani Autos at Fanatics; Upper Deck’s Ongoing Search for Relics

The jersey worn by MVP Nikola Jokic when he became the first player to ever record 30 plus-points, 20 plus-rebounds and 10 plus-assists in an NBA Finals game sold for $148,020 Thursday night. 

NBA Auctions offered jerseys worn by the Denver Nuggets in Game 3 and those donned by the Miami Heat in Game 2 in the second round of Finals jersey events.

Jokic’s Game 1 jersey netted $134,000 earlier this month. That one was also on his back during part of the Western Conference Finals and Semi-Finals.

Jamaal Murray’s Game 3 jersey sold for $60,000, the most ever paid for a Murray game-worn item.  Jimmy Butler’s Game 2 Finals jersey sold for $17,260.  A game-used ball from Game 3 sold for $26,120 while a Game 1 ball went for $15,020. 


Signed Super Bowl tickets, autographed Shohei Ohtani memorabilia, rookie cards and game-used items are all part of the new Fanatics auction.

Set to close over a four day period during the holiday week, the auction includes over 300 items, some with starting bids as low as $1 and most without reserves.

Among the lots:  

  • Autographed and inscribed Ohtani jersey and baseball, each numbered to 17 and including his Kanji signature with an inscription of his nickname “Shotime.” 
  • Autographed, inscribed Super Bowl tickets from Tom Brady and Jerry Rice
  • 2000 Upper Deck Ionix Brady rookie card BGS 9 (#1837/2000)
  • 2000 National Treasures Prodigy Patch Joe Burrow auto (#3/99)
  • Signed Ernie Banks rookie card
  • Baseball signed by 15 pitchers who have tossed a perfect game
  • Tiger Woods 30×40 autographed Masters photo
  • Game-used NFL footballs and jerseys

Lots will begin closing on July 3 and continue through July 6 on the company’s auction platform.

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