Basketball fans and collectors, get ready to open your wallets because Kobe Bryant’s full uniform from his last road game is now up for auction.

According to TMZ, this iconic piece of NBA history includes the jersey, shorts, and even the sneakers worn by Kobe during his 677th regular season away game, a memorable match against the Thunder.

Experts at SCP Auctions have estimated that the jersey and shorts could fetch over $500,000, while the pair of Nike Kobe 11 sneakers is expected to go for around $100,000. It’s a chance for fans to own a tangible piece of Kobe’s legendary career, and the bidding is sure to be intense.

But that’s not all! Kobe-related items continue to draw interest from collectors. A signed, game-used basketball from Kobe’s unforgettable 61-point game at Madison Square Garden is already commanding bids over $12,600. Additionally, there’s a championship ring originally gifted to Kobe’s father, which currently has a bidding price of $44,000. All these Kobe-related auctions are set to run until December 2, so there’s still time to join the action.


Speaking of high-profile auctions, the basketball world recently witnessed Victor Wembanyama’s jersey from his NBA debut selling for a staggering $762,000. This incredible price, nearly eight times the estimated value, was achieved through an auction handled by Sotheby’s. An anonymous bidder secured this one-of-a-kind item, setting a new record for the sale of an NBA rookie debut jersey.

Victor Wembanyama, a young French talent, has been making waves in the basketball world, having played professionally in the prestigious French league since 2019. His rapid rise in the sport, combined with his unique rookie jersey, made this auction an event to remember.

While these prices may not rival the astronomical figures seen for items like Michael Jordan’s 1998 Finals jersey ($10.091 million), they underscore the enduring appeal of NBA memorabilia and the incredible value placed on items associated with basketball legends. Stay tuned to Thirsty for News as these auctions continue to make headlines in the world of sports collectibles!

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