With 5.0 seconds remaining in Game 6 of the 1997 NBA Finals between the Chicago Bulls and Utah Jazz, Steve Kerr hit the jump shot that delivered the Bulls their fifth NBA title in a seven-year span.
And if you're looking to get your hands on the shorts that the Warriors' coach was wearing when he played the role of hero, you're in luck.
They are available through the Lelands Spring Classic Auction, with a portion of the proceeds going to coronavirus relief efforts.
The most recent bid -- $1,650 -- was submitted Thursday night. The auction ends June 19 at 8:00 p.m. PT.
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Here is part of the description:
White Champion shorts feature a Size 36 tag in waist with Kerr’s number “25” handwritten in black with a Bulls exclusive tag that reads, “Rise +2 and Inseam +2.” Inside the shorts on the rear seam there is a “1996-1997” wash tag that shows significant wear; drawstring appears to be original.
Covered in champagne stains from the locker room victory celebration, these historic shorts have also been signed by Steve Kerr in black prominently in the front.
During ESPN's "The Last Dance" documentary, Kerr discussed his mindset leading up to the most memorable moment of his NBA career.
"Phil (Jackson) calls timeout and Michael (Jordan) knew what was coming," Kerr explained. "Earlier in the series -- in a very similar situation late in a game -- John Stockton had come over and doubled him and stolen the ball, which helped seal the win for Utah.
"He mumbled something like, 'Hey Steve, Hey Steve -- be ready.' He knew the camera was always on him, and I'm like oblivious, yelling back, 'I'll be ready! I'll be ready (laughter)!' "
And ready he was.