After the late Kobe Bryant’s last game against the Utah Jazz, he made a short speech with a speech towel on his shoulder. That towel fetched more than 30, 000 US dollars online.
David Kohler, a founder of SCP auctions, a devoted Lakers fan, and a collector win the bidding.
“He is a devoted Lakers fan,” Jeff Woolf, the Iconic president, told CNN. “His long-term plan is to create a museum in Southern California.”
The winning bid is worth 33, 077. 16 USD nearly four times when it was sold in an auction in 2016 right after Kobe’s last game.
Kohler also paid 30, 000 in February auction for Kobe Bryant high school yearbook with his sign who’s only 13-year-old that time.
” In a few years, you probably will be dunking on me – Not!!” Bryant, who went on to attend high school in Lower Merion, Pennsylvania, wrote. “How about those Lakers. Your friend, Kobe Bryant. #24.”