Kobe Bryant’s Championship Rings Auctioned Off

December 2, 2012; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard Kobe Bryant (24) moves to the basket against the defense of Orlando Magic small forward Arron Afflalo (4) during the second half at Staples Center. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

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.

Topics: Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers

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  • Adam Weissman

    who gives you the right to determine if his parents have been given enough money????

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