According to Darren Rovell of the Action Network: "A Lakers championship ring Kobe gave to his mother was sold for $193,000, while one of Bryant's rookie cards sold for $110,400. Shoes worn by Bryant in the clinching game of the 2001 Finals sold for $67,200. A scorer's sheet from Kobe's career high of 81 points signed by Bryant sold for $22,800."
The collection included a number of signed or game-worn jerseys, warm-up outfits, scorer's cards, basketballs and both Nike and Adidas sneakers.
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Per TMZ Sports, 5 percent of the money will be going to the Mamba and Mambacita Sports Foundation.