Kobe Bryant Photomatched 2012 Playoffs Game Used Signed Sneakers Panini COA 1/1


While wearing the presented Nike sneakers Kobe Bryant scored a team-high 20 points in the Los Angeles Lakers Western Conference Semifinals 119-90 Game 1 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City on May 14. This playoff series would be the last for "The Black Mamba" as the defending champion Lakers lost to the Thunder in five games. These sneakers have been photo-matched by Sports Investors Authentication to the May 14, 2012, game.

These signed size 14 Nike Zoom Kobe VII sneakers are yellow with black accents. Bryant's personal logo is prominently applied in yellow to the all-black tongue. Black Nike "Swoosh" logos are applied to both sides of the yellow upper, with Bryant's facsimile signature appearing in silver on the black accent of the heel. Bryant has signed the outward-facing Swoosh of the right shoe in gold marker. Additionally, Bryant has inscribed "Game 1 OKC" in gold marker on the outward-facing Swoosh of the left shoe. A white piece of athletic tape has been applied to each sole, with "GAME 1 OKC" written. The sneakers display excellent game use with midsole creasing, and scuff marks. There is an LOA from Sports Investors Authentication (220815M6), who has authenticated and photo-matched these sneakers to the May 14, 2012, playoff game. Additionally, there is a COA from Panini (PA20061) authenticating the game use by Bryant during the May 14, 2012, NBA playoff game and authenticating he signed and inscribed these sneakers in the presence of official representative of Panini Authentic. The shoes are Panini 1/1.

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