JR Smith probably doesn't want to think about Game 1 of the 2018 NBA Finals ever again.
His brain cramp at the end of regulation cost the Cavs a chance to steal Game 1 in Oakland and likely swung the momentum of the series.
More than two weeks after Smith's blunder on May 31, the jersey he wore during that game is being auctioned off by the NBA.
As of 9:45am PT on Monday, there have been 58 bids and the current price is $3000. The auction closes on Thursday, June 21 at 6:50pm PT.
So, whether you want to frame it as a momento or wave it around at Oracle when Smith returns next season, this is your chance.
Don't let time run out...
San Francisco's Barebottle Brewing Company is adding insult to injury after the Warriors swept the Cavs in the 2018 NBA Finals.
Warriors fans can now drink the sadness of LeBron James and the Cavs. Kind of.
On Saturday, Barebottle announced they have released a new IPA named "LeBron Tears." Here's how they describe the hazy IPA:
Little known fact: KD, Steph, and Klay take opposing teams' hopes and dreams, and turn them into soul crushing 3-pointers. We took the tears from Sir James' Game 1 loss and distilled them into a hazy IPA, just for you. We also decided that Tears pair well with Mosaic hops. Sad!
The Warriors won Game 1 in overtime, 124-114. The game was tied after regulation with J.R. Smith grabbing a missed free throw with 4.7 seconds and ran out the clock by dribbling away from the hoop.
James scored 51 points with eight assists and eight rebounds in the loss. The Warriors have now beat James and the Cavs three out of the last four years in the Finals.
PROGRAMMING NOTE: Coverage of the Warriors 2018 Championship Parade begins Tuesday at 9:30am on NBC Sports Bay Area and streaming on NBCSportsBayArea.com.
Draymond Green is back at it again.
When the Warriors won the title in 2015, he did this to the Cavs at the championship parade.
And then last year after the Warriors beat the Cavs in five games, Green wore a shirt that said "Quickie" with the same 'Q' as the one on Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena. This year, he has another shirt for LeBron James and Cavs fans to see.
In honor of James' famous Instagram post with the Arthur fist meme and the caption "mood," Green added some jewelry -- three championship rings -- to Arthur's fist. That's some championship level trolling, Draymond.