Warriors' Mike Dunleavy auctioning one-hour charity shooting session

Ali Thanawalla
NBC Sports BayArea

For a few thousand dollars, you could spend an hour shooting hoops with a former No. 3 overall draft pick of the Warriors.

Mike Dunleavy Jr., who now serves as the team's assistant general manager, is auctioning off a one-hour shooting session.

The proceeds from the auction will go to the Read Ahead charity, whose "reading-based mentoring develops in students the social-emotional skills essential for academic and life-long success."

According to Charity Buzz, the estimated value of the auction is $2,500. As of Saturday afternoon, the highest bid was $950. The auction ends Tuesday, June 30, at 1:21 p.m. PT.

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The winning bidder can meet Dunleavy in San Francisco or New York, and the shooting session can happen anytime until Dec. 31, 2021.

Drafted in 2002, Dunleavy spent the first four and a half seasons of his NBA career with the Warriors, averaging 10.6 and 4.7 rebounds in 356 games. Midway through the 2006-07 season, the Warriors traded Dunleavy to the Indiana Pacers as part of a package that brought back Stephen Jackson and Al Harrington.

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During his 15-year NBA career, Dunleavy shot 44 percent from the field and 37 percent from 3-point range.

So, if you want to help a good cause, you can spend 60 minutes learning from a pretty good shooter.

Warriors' Mike Dunleavy auctioning one-hour charity shooting session originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

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