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Udonis Haslem - Miami Heat - Game-Issued Shoes - January 23, 2017 vs. Golden State Warriors

Udonis Haslem - Miami Heat - Game-Issued Shoes - January 23, 2017 vs. Golden State Warriors

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  • Closing Bid: $200.00
Number of Bids: 2 (Bid History)
Bid Increment: $20.00
Quantity Available: 1
Listing #: 1728996
Open Date: Mar 17, 2017 02:00:00 PM EDT
Close Date: Apr 9, 2017 09:10:13 PM EDT

BID HISTORY

Date Bid
Apr 9, 2017 09:05:13 PM EDT $200.00
Apr 9, 2017 08:52:35 PM EDT $200.00

Item Description

The NBA and MeiGray are proud to offer fans and collectors across the globe the opportunity to own a piece of history... a pair of shoes prepared for use by #40 Udonis Haslem of the Miami Heat for the Heat's 105-102 victory over the Golden State Warriors on January 23, 2017 at AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami, FL.

This red and black pair of shoes, a Size 18, is registered into the NBA and MeiGray Game-Worn Jersey Authentication Program as number AM009536. The player's last name is handwritten on athletic tape and affixed to the bottom of the shoe.

Proceeds from this auction benefit Project Medishare.

We have more than 20 years experience in Haiti. Drs. Barth Green and Arthur Fournier founded Project Medishare for Haiti in 1994. They assembled the first team of faculty from the University of Miami Schools of Medicine and Nursing to assess the health care situation in Haiti, and explore ways in which they could help improve health conditions for the people in Haiti. Since that first trip, Project Medishare has forged partnerships with physicians and allied health professionals from all over the world who share a strong belief in social justice, and the universal right to access quality healthcare and development services. Immediately after Haiti's devastating 2010 earthquake, the organization fielded the first medical team of foreign physicians to arrive in the country. Within days, Project Medishare set up a 300-bed trauma and critical care field hospital on the grounds of the Port-au-Prince airport at the request of the Haitian president.

In June 2010, after treating more than 30,000 earthquake victims, Project Medishare moved out of the tent hospital and into, Hospital Bernard Mevs, which was only partially functional due to the post-quake conditions. Project Medishare brought in all of the high-tech equipment used at the field hospital, upgraded the hospital to include intensive care units for adults, children and premature babies, and turned Hospital Bernard Mevs into the only trauma and critical care hospital in Haiti. While most aid organizations have pulled out of Haiti now that the immediate earthquake crisis has subsided, Project Medishare remains committed to helping Haitians rebuild their country and healthcare system. Project Medishare was helping Haiti long before the earthquake, and will be there for many years to come.

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