Kobe Bryant can barely muster back-to-back games nowadays, but he's still breaking records.
This week, Bryant's 2016 All-Star Game jersey set a record on NBA Auctions. The red No. 24 uniform top sold for $100,040, nearly double the previous high of $50,040 set by LeBron James' jersey from his first game back in Cleveland last season. Bidding on Bryant's jersey started at $250 before 74 bids pushed the total into six figures.
Stephen Curry's All-Star Game jersey sold for the second-highest total from this year's exhibition, going for $45,000.
If it's any consolation, Bryant's All-Star shorts are up for auction for another week and the bid is stagnant at $1,131. Does the NBA wash these things before auctioning them off?
Of course, the Lakers still have Bryant jerseys from this season to sell. The Lakers' final three home games of the season are against the Celtics, Clippers and Jazz, and those yellow jerseys could easily surpass the mark set by the All-Star Game kit.