Kobe Bryant's towel used in final game sells for $30G at auction

Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant’s memory continues to live on.

A towel Bryant used during his final game with the Lakers sold for over $30,000 in an online auction on Sunday. There were 16 bids on the towel, which also included two tickets from that game against the Utah Jazz on April 13, 2016.

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The winning bid eventually came in at $33,077.16. The man who bought the towel is a "devoted Lakers fan," Jeff Woolf, the president of Iconic Auctions, told CNN.

"His long-term plan is to create a museum in Southern California," Woolf added.

Woolf added that the same bidder spent another $30,000 on an old middle school yearbook that belonged to Bryant.

Bryant finished with 60 points that night, leading the Lakers to a 101-96 victory over the Jazz.

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After the game, Bryant delivered and speech with his signature "Mamba Out" to the crowd at Staples Center, during which he had a towel over his shoulders. As he walked off the court, a fan took the towel, and it has now been sold multiple times.

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A little over two months ago, Bryant, along with his daughter Gianna, and seven others, died in a helicopter crash in Southern California.