NBA star Stephen Curry’s customised Bruce Lee shoes , which he said he would auction off to support the Asian-American community, are now live on Goldin Auctions. The two-time NBA regular season MVP wore them in the Golden State Warriors’ game against the Atlanta Hawks in April, before telling the media that the shoes would be auctioned off in a move that earned widespread praise, including from former teammate Jeremy Lin . “This is a significant opportunity to raise some money. We’re gonna auction them off,” Curry said in a media conference after his team’s loss to the Hawks on April 4. “Obviously stopping Asian hate is huge across the country and across this world but here the shoes are a very small way to hopefully raise money for that work and that cause and, you know, raise awareness,” he added. Update: @StephenCurry30 ’s game-worn @BruceLee custom sneakers are now live for bidding at @GoldinAuctions : https://t.co/faWTQ3QMzI 100% of proceeds will go to @AAAJ_Atlanta and benefit the families of victims of the Atlanta-area Asian Spa shootings in March. https://t.co/GcQK4mLKKi pic.twitter.com/FzQLsgSNyo — Nick DePaula (@NickDePaula) May 14, 2021 The auction site confirmed that 100 per cent of the proceeds will go to the families of the victims in the Atlanta-area spa shootings in March. Eight people, including six women of Asian descent, were killed by a white gunman. Curry worked with the Bruce Lee Foundation on the Under Armour Curry 8 signature shoes, which were customised with images of the Hong Kong-born martial arts superstar by Kreative Custom Kicks. Lin praises Curry for Bruce Lee shoe auction for Asian community The US size 13 shoes also feature a famous quote from Lee, “Under the heavens, there is only family”, while the colours channel his Onitsuka Tiger shoes. “These incredible sneakers show light wear consistent with use in a single NBA game,” the item description said of the “2021 Steph Curry game-used, photo matched & inscribed Under Armour Asian Awareness Curry Sneakers”. Curry has also agreed to sign the shoes at no extra cost, the site noted. Steph Curry’s @BruceLee tribute on court. https://t.co/GcQK4mLKKi pic.twitter.com/g1A8kAqD2q — Nick DePaula (@NickDePaula) April 4, 2021 They are live on the auction site with initial bids open until May 22 (10am May 23, Hong Kong time). The current bid is US$16,000. Curry scored 37 points in the game despite the Hawks winning 117-111 on the night.