The battle between Kobe Bryant and his parents is officially over. Not too long ago, Bryant’s parents wanted to sell a bunch of Kobe’s memorabilia, but Bryant thought this was unfair, so they were going to go to court, but his parents apologized a week before. After reaching a settlement, Bryant’s parents were given some items.
The memorabilia Kobe gave his parents have now been auctioned off. The four main items were sold for roughly $362,000. Kobe gave both of his parents replica 2000 championship rings; the one to his father sold for $174,184 and the one given to his mother sold for $108,153. The other two big sellers were two of Kobe’s jerseys from high school — both of which sold for over $40,000 each.
I think it’s fair to say that the Bryant’s got more than enough from their son, considering he has given money in the past, as well.