Kobe’s Mom Cashes In On Memorabilia To Buy New House


In what has been an ongoing feud for quite some time Kobe Bryant’s mother Pamela, has cashed in on quite the score as she has sold several pieces of rare memorabilia. In the past Kobe has shown his distaste for the subject matter in a tweet, however personally I believe this is a travesty and no one family member should ever exploit the other. Maybe someday they will make up. A house for herself in the mean time seems more important.



According to TMZ:

The auction ended on Friday night, and Pamela ended up making $450,000 in all, according to TMZ. Among the items auctioned off was a 2000 championship ring, sold for more than $165,000. Other items included a high school uniform sold for almost $50,000 and a game-worn Lakers jersey for almost $8,000


Here are some of the items sold:


Lot of (50) Lakers vs. Hornets 2012 Tickets- Kobe Bryant’s 30,000th Point Game — Price: $1,150.00


Historically Significant Kobe Bryant Adidas Final Prototype of the Kobe Two Flag — Final Price: $7,216.25


2001-2002 Kobe Bryant Game Used Lakers Jersey with 9/11 Patch from Three-Peat — Price: $7,938.45


2006/07 Kobe Bryant Game-Used and Signed Road Jersey (First Year #24) — Price: $5,962.75


UCLA Basketball Signed By John Wooden to Kobe Bryant — Price: $2,656.50


Kobe Bryant’s Game Used Lower Merion High School White Uniform — Price $39,708.35


Kobe Bryant’s Game Used Lower Merion High School Road Maroon Uniform — Price: $48,048.15


Kobe Bryant’s 1996 Magic Johnson Roundball Classic All-Star Medal — Price: $3,289.00


Kobe Bryant’s 2000 NBA All Star Ring — Price: $52,854.00


Kobe Bryant’s 2000 Los Angeles Lakers NBA Championship Ring 14K-40 — Price: $165,889.80