It's hard to forget LeBron James' untimely departure in the closing minutes of Game 1 of the NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs. While LeBron grimaced from the sidelines with leg cramps, the Heat would end up losing the game 110-95. Now, the NBA is auctioning off Bron Bron's "cramp game" jersey. 

Fans interested in bringing home a piece of the story that dominated the Finals' narrative can now bid on the jersey LeBron wore during the game, as well as others worn by Heat players and members of the San Antonio Spurs. Michael Jordan's "Flu game" shoes sold for $104,765, and Christian Laettner's "The Shot" uniform sold for $119,500, so chances are likely that people are going to pony up some serious scrilla for this now infamous piece of NBA history.

Bron's "cramp game" jersey currently has six bids on it, and is priced at $5,420. If you've got the funds, hit up the NBA's auction site before July 1.

[via The Score]