This is a great time to be an NBA memorabilia collector. Earlier this summer some of Kobe Bryant’s collectibles sold for over a combined $450,000, including two exact replica championship rings that Kobe had made for his parents.
Now a team is getting in on the auction action, as the Dallas Mavericks are auctioning off the hardwood floor they played on during their 2011 championship season. Being sold as two half courts, the floor still had the NBA Finals logo emblazoned on it, and according to Dallas News they are hoping to sell each for $10,000.
The court, which the Mavericks used for the entirety of the 2011 season, still bears the NBA Finals script and logo. It is being split into two lots, and is expected to sell for a combined $20,000 or more.
Also being auctioned are four sets of bench seats from 2011, each autographed by Dirk Nowitzki.
A portion of both proceeds will go to the Dallas Mavericks Foundation, according to Heritage Auctions, the company running the event.
Bidding starts at $7,500, and if you are a die-hard Mavs fan, or just want to own a piece of history, you can head over here to get in on the auction.