The box score sheet from the Los Angeles Lakers game back in 2006 is going under the hammer to raise money to benefit the families of the helicopter accident.
An autographed box score sheet from the night Kobe Bryant scored 81 points for the Los Angeles Lakers is being auctioned to benefit the families of the victims who died alongside the sportsman in a helicopter crash last month, January 2020.
The NBA (National Basketball Association) player was one of nine people killed in the incident – alongside his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, who was also a talented basketball player.
In a bid to raise funds for the families of the victims of the horror crash, which occurred on 26 January, the rare document, which was personally signed by Bryant in blue ballpoint pen shortly after he dropped the incredible figure on the Toronto Raptors, is being sold at auction.
According to Goldin Auctions, the document was only given out to media members, players and staffers after the game on January 22, 2006.
Bryant took 46 shots and added 20 free throw attempts during the home game, dropping 81 points with just 3 turnovers.
TMZ reported a portion of the proceeds from the auction will be donated to the MambaOnThree Fund, which was established to help the families of the other passengers that died in the tragic accident
Bidding on the piece was at $1,500 when WENN went to press, and it is expected to stay open until later this month.