2004 Los Angeles Lakers – Kobe Bryant Game-Worn (Most Use Ever Seen), Signed Shoes -Provenance, 100% Team, JSA Full LOAGo Back
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With Kobe Bryant’s recent retirement, the Los Angeles Lakers are on the rebuild path with hopes in their new rookies to continue the winning legacy.
Presented are a pair of Kobe’s game-worn sneakers that were given to a fellow player during the season (DerMarr Johnson). They date to the 2004 season while Johnson was with the Denver Nuggets. Overall, the shoes show great wear with scuffing etc. throughout. They are Nike Air Zoom Huarache 2K4 models. The interior tagging is properly marked PROMO Y3 with the size as 14. Each sneaker was signed on the side in silver felt tip by Kobe (“9-10”).
The sneakers originated from former NBA player DerMarr Johnson. He started his career with the Atlanta Hawks and also played for the Knicks, Nuggets and Spurs.
Authentication: JSA Full Letter for autograph. Player Letter for game use:
“I DerMarr Johnson, played in the NBA for 8 years for the Atlanta Hawks, New York Knicks, Denver Nuggets, and San Antonio Spurs.
During my time in the NBA obtained these Kobe Nike purple and black personalized sneakers. Sometime between 2004-06 I asked Kobe for his sneakers during a game, he said sure than after the game I went into their lockerroom and he gave me the shoes and signed them.”
Los Angeles Lakers
2 = Appears used, unwashed or un-reconditioned -right off the field
2 = 2 or more modifications or attributes designed for/by player
1 = Style Match
3 = Team Organization, Player Letter
4 = Positive direct match on all tags
6 = Wear with the most use ever seen