Kobe Bryant’s first NBA shoe goes on sale at auction. The first shoe, which is a memory of the world-famous basketball player Kobe, will be sold at auction by the NBA.
The shoes worn by the legendary name of basketball, Kobe Bryant, who lost his life with his daughter in a helicopter crash last year, are being put up for auction.
Basketball’s legendary name Kobe Bryant’s first NBA shoe is up for auction.
The shoes worn by Bryant, who died at the age of 42 as a result of a helicopter accident in January 2020, are waiting for its new owner. Bryant, L.A. He played against the Minnesota Timberwolves with the Lakers jersey. In the game, he had failed to leave the bench and score for six minutes.
Bryant gave the size 44 Adidas brand shoes to a fan after the match. A fan had the shoe autographed when he caught Bryant outside the hotel with his team a few years later.
Bryant’s fan is now selling this signed shoe on the online auction site Gotta Have Rock And Roll. The shoe’s minimum auction price is $100,000, and is expected to go up to $500,000 at auction.
Shown as one of the most important basketball players in the history of the NBA, Bryant was declared the youngest player to have won the championship five times, and at the age of 34, managed to surpass the 30,000-point threshold in NBA history.
Bryant, who broke the record in this field by being selected 15 times in a row in the NBA All Star organization between 1998 and 2013, also made the NBA Best Five of the Year 15 times, 11 of which were the first team, 15 times All-Star, 11 times the NBA’s Best Defense Team. was elected to. The athlete, who won the MVP award of the only regular season of his career in the 2007-2008 season, suffered a long injury process as a result of the rupture of his Achilles tendon in the playoff match played with the Golden State Warriors on April 12, 2013, and played his first NBA game after the injury on December 8, 2013. He retired after playing his last game on April 13, 2016.
The basketball player, who is married to Vanessa Bryant and has four children, died on January 26, 2020, along with his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven other people, as a result of the accident of the helicopter he boarded in California, near the city of Calabasas.