Kobe Bryant

A pair of original Kobe Bryant handprints in cement from Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. This pair of handprints are the test prints done before the official ceremony. Price realized: $75,000. Julien’s image

LOS ANGELES – Collectible items from Kobe Bryant’s illustrious career with the Los Angeles Lakers sold for a total of $202,590 in a virtual online event on Thursday, May 21. Absentee and Internet live bidding was available through LiveAuctioneers.

The top-selling item was Bryant’s 2011 handprints in concrete from Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood (above). Bryant became the first athlete to cast prints at Grauman’s, a tribute typically reserved for Hollywood stars. The concrete slab sold for an astounding $75,000.

Other highlights included Bryant’s full Los Angeles Lakers number “8” home uniform (below), game-worn during the 1999-2000 NBA Finals and embroidered with an official NBA logo under a black armband worn in remembrance of Wilt Chamberlain that sold for $43,750.

Kobe Bryant

Nike brand Kobe Bryant Los Angeles Lakers home full uniform, game-worn during the 1999-2000 NBA finals the Lakers’ first of three consecutive NBA championships. Price realized: $43,750. Julien’s image

Bryant’s Los Angeles Lakers home number “24” jersey game worn during the 2006-2007 season sold for $22,400. A Spalding NBA Official All-Surface Basketball signed by Kobe Bryant in black marker sold for $6,400. A pair of black and white Adidas basketball sneakers game-worn by Bryant during the 1999-2000 NBA finals and signed by Bryant that sold for $25,600.

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