Just after he posted 60 points against the Utah Jazz in his final game in the NBA, Kobe Bryant walked onto the court at Staples Center and autographed the No.8 inscribed on the court, representing his first jersey number with the Lakers before he switched to No. 24 years later.
Now, that piece of hardwood is up for grabs.
From now until May 15, NBA Auctions will will field offers for the section, a four-panel, 20-by-8 foot portion that sat to the left of one of the baskets during the game.
Bryant’s 2016 All-Star Game jersey auctioned for an NBA Auctions record $100,040, and the price tag for an actual piece of memorabilia from the Black Mamba’s final game could also exceed that mark, it can be assumed.
All money made from the auction will go to the Los Angeles Lakers Youth Foundation.
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