Kobe Bryant Early-Career Signed Index Card Inscribed "Best Wishes" (PSA | Autograph Graded 8)

Autograph Graded 8!

  • Lot number 8307795
  • Total views 17
  • Total bids 17
  • Winning bid $1,288.35
  • Buyer's premium $219.02
  • Total $1,507.37

Index card measures approximately 2.5" x 3.5" in size and has been hand-signed and inscribed by basketball legend, Kobe Bryant (D. 2020, Los Angeles Lakers, HOF). The signature has been graded a PSA 8 NM MT!

This index card was signed by Kobe Bryant in his early career as shown with his full name signature and jersey #33! This is a magnificent piece for any collector to add to their collection. Don't miss this chance to own a piece signed by one of the biggest names in NBA history!

Kobe Bryant's early career was nothing short of extraordinary, marked by a seamless transition from high school to the NBA and a rapid ascent to stardom. Drafted by the Charlotte Hornets as the 13th overall pick in 1996 and then traded to the Los Angeles Lakers, the 17-year-old Bryant became the youngest player in NBA history at the time. Despite his youth, Kobe displayed an unparalleled work ethic and determination, earning the respect of both teammates and opponents. Teaming up with Lakers veteran Shaquille O'Neal, Bryant played a pivotal role in securing three consecutive NBA championships from 2000 to 2002. Known for his scoring prowess, footwork, and competitiveness, Bryant quickly established himself as one of the league's brightest stars. His early career accomplishments laid the foundation for a storied tenure with the Lakers, ultimately solidifying his legacy as one of the greatest players in basketball history.

The autograph(s) has been authenticated and encapsulated by PSA/DNA for authenticity purposes.

Authentication: PSA Encapsulated

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