The sneakers that Kobe Bryant wore to his very first NBA game are going to auction.
Bryant first played for the L.A. Lakers on November 3, 1996, against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
He wore a custom pair of black and white size 14 Adidas sneakers as he stepped on the court for the first time. The late basketball star ended up giving the shoes a fan outside The Forum after the game.
The same fan got Kobe to sign the shoes a few years later when he bumped into him again.The trainers are now up for auction via the rock and roll culture auction house, Gotta Have Rock And Roll. The shoes come with a original full ticket from the game, which is incredibly rare.
They have a minimum bid of $100k and could sell for up to $500k.
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