Kobe Bryant's NBA championship rings auctioned
The rings sold for more than $100,000 each, while six other items of Bryant memorabilia sold for a combined $433,531 in the month-long auction.
Kobe Bryant's memorabilia, including two NBA championship rings, have been auctioned.
The rings that Bryant gave to his parents, each sold for more than $100,000 while the six items of Bryant memorabilia sold for a combined $433,531 in the month-long auction that closed on Saturday.
Bryant had filed a suit against the auction company, Goldin Auctions, saying his mother didn't have the right to sell the items. A settlement was reached last month allowing six items to be auctioned after the five-time NBA champion's parents apologised to their son.
As part of the sale, Goldin Auctions is donating $62,565 to The Bully Project, a Bryant-supported charity.