The sheet lists the individual stats from every player in the game and is autographed by Bryant.
A portion of the proceeds from the auction will be donated to the MambaOnThree Fund, a charity that was set up to support the families of victims in the helicopter crash that killed Bryant, his daughter and seven others.
Bryant came up 20 points short of making NBA history on Jan. 22, 2006, and breaking Wilt Chamberlain's single-game scoring record.
The 18-time All-Star single-handedly accounted for two-thirds of the Lakers' offensive output in a 122-104 victory. He shot 28-of-46 from the field and 7-of-13 from beyond the arc. He also sank 18 of his 20 free throws.
"I've had to play it over in my mind several times and there's really no explanation for it," Bryant said of the game 10 years later, per the Los Angeles Times' Mike Bresnahan. "I can always explain it from an Xs-and-O's standpoint, from a training standpoint, but when nights like that happen, there's something mystical about it."