$500k of Kobe Bryant's Memorabilia Sold at Auction by His Mom | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Close to $500k of Kobe Bryant’s Memorabilia Sold at Auction by His Mom

by Robert Littal | Posted on Saturday, July 20th, 2013
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Just imagine if Kobe wasn’t able to get 90% of his stuff back, how much money his mom would have profited off him? If I was a betting man (if I was a betting man, I would make my bets at www.topbettingaction.com) I would say they would have made close to $5 million.

They will have to settle for about half a million according to ESPN.

Kobe Bryant items brought in big money in an auction that ended early Saturday morning.

A duplicate of his 2000 Los Angeles Lakers championship ring, gifted to his father Joe, sold for $174,184. A version in a smaller size, made for his mother Pam, went for $108,153.

Other items that commanded top dollar in the sale, conducted by New Jersey-based Goldin Auctions, included Bryant’s 2000 NBA All-Star ring ($55,597), and two of his game-used high school uniforms ($50,150 and $41,694).

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