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Kobe Bryant's First NBA Basketball Game Shoe Goes Up for Auction!

Kobe Bryant's First NBA Basketball Game Shoe Goes Up for Auction!

The shoes that Kobe Bryant wore in his first NBA game, who passed away last year, are up for auction. The starting price of the shoe, which Kobe signed as a gift to a fan in 1996, is 100 thousand dollars.

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Kobe Bryant, one of the names that comes to mind when it comes to basketball, passed away with his daughter as a result of a helicopter crash last year. The disappearance of such a name from the world of basketball shocked millions of people.

The first shoe worn by the famous basketball player, known as the Black Mamba, in the history of the NBA was put up for sale at auction. The shoes that Bryant wore when he was fighting for the L.A. Lakers team in 1996 have a starting price of $100,000.

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The shoes that Kobe Bryant wore in the NBA Game are expected to sell for 500 thousand dollars!

Kobe Bryant, one of the most successful players in NBA history, was declared the youngest player to surpass the 30 thousand point threshold at the age of 34. The sudden death of Bryant in 2020, who has millions of fans with his identity as both an athlete and in real life, shocked the whole world.

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One year after the tragic events, a Bryant fan decided to sell basketball shoes signed and given to him by the famous basketball player in 1996. The shoes that Bryant wore during the '96 match between the L.A Lakers and the Minnesota Timberwolves are currently up for sale on the Gotta Have Rock And Roll online auction site. Although the starting price of the size 44 Adidas brand shoes is 100 thousand dollars, the price is expected to increase to 500 thousand dollars during the auction.

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