Just one week before Kobe Bryant was going to go up against his parents in court, a deal was made regarding the memorabilia Kobe’s parents wanted to sell. Kobe’s parents sent out a written apology.
The deal states that six items will be auctioned off, and they can be sold for $500,000, or more according to Goldin Auctions president Ken Goldin. The six items include: two of Bryant’s high school jerseys, two 2000 championship rings that Kobe gave to his parents as gifts, and Kobe’s 2000 All-Star ring.
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