Former Sonics forward Detlef Schrempf brings superstars together to support Seattle Children’s

Lindsey Wisniewski
·1 min read

Former Seattle SuperSonics forward Detlef Schrempf knows we are facing uncertain times.

With many families already buckling down to pay the expensive costs for their sick child's health, Schrempf brought together athletes and influencers to help Seattle Children's and the families it serves. 

Schrempf, a three-time NBA All-Star who played in Seattle from 1993-99, is raising funds for children in need by auctioning off one-of-a-kind items from and experiences from sports legends and icons through an online fundraiser on PledgeIt.  

Each online donation of at least $11 is entered to win items like:

  • Ken Griffey Jr. signed bat

  • Russell Wilson signed jersey 

  • Ben Schwartz personalized message from Sonic the Hedgehog

  • A round of golf with Spencer Hawes

  • A Jamal Crawford signed "12th Man" Seahawks jersey

  • An Isaiah Thomas signed Wizards jersey 

  • Signed shoes from Dirk Nowitzki

  • Golf with Schrempf and Charles Barkley

  • A Richard Sherman signed mini helmet

  • Gary Payton signed shoes

  • A personal video message from Kevin Calabro

And the list goes on. Currently, a Duff McKagan signed guitar leads the pack with 42 contributors and $2,539 raised.

For a chance to win an amazing experience and cool memorabilia while supporting the fight against COVID-19, check out the Det's Superstars for Seattle Children's COVID-19 Relief

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