The Philadelphia 76ers Auction Off Game-Worn Sneakers to Raise Money for Charity

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Philly gets together as the Philadelphia 76ers are auctioning off game-worn sneakers for charity. Organized by the Sixers Youth Foundation, this is the second annual fundraiser created to benefit youth development throughout the Philadelphia area.

The collection is being hosted by Goldin Auctions, with all the bidding available online. The full auction includes items from past and current 76ers players. In addition to the autographed and game-worn sneakers, the auction also offers collectors items like NBA stars Joel Embiid and James Harden’s All-Star jerseys. Standout pairs from the sneaker lineup include the Nike PG 5 “Daughters” worn and signed by Furkan Korkmaz, as well as the Nike Kobe 6 Protro “All-Star” worn and signed by Isaiah Joe.

“We are honored to partner with the Sixers Youth Foundation to benefit communities across the Delaware Valley,” said Ken Goldin, the Goldin’s founder and executive chairman. “The positive impact the organization has made on countless young people over the last several years is inspiring and we could not be more excited to lend our marketplace to this team and this cause. Be sure to show your support for a great organization and bid on some incredible items at the same time.”

The Sixers Youth Foundation auction is currently live and will end on Monday, March 14th. To check out the auction and place a bid, visit Take a look at the selection of sneakers below and follow @NiceKicks on Twitter.

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