Two Kobe Bryant and LeBron James game-used jerseys just hit the auction block … and TMZ Sports has learned they’re so unique, they’re expected to bring in over $100K apiece.
The white Bryant one is ultra-rare — it’s a “Noche Latina” Lakers uni that the Mamba wore when he played against the Bulls back in 2013.
The jersey features “Los Lakers” stitched onto the front for the Latin-themed night — and, on the back, Bryant signed his name in white inside of the 2.
The jersey also features some significant patches — there’s a “JB” on the front to honor Jerry Buss, and there’s also a “Noche Latina” emblem placed on the chest. A “Noche Latina Latin Nights” logo sits on the front tail, too.
James’ jersey, meanwhile, doesn’t come with an autograph … but what makes it so unique is that it’s a uniform he wore several times during his first season as a Laker.
The guys at Goldin, which is running the auctions, tell us the 37-year-old actually wore the uni for six games in the 2018-19 season — recording three triple-doubles and a 36-point game with it on.
Both pieces are now on the auction block — and we’re told the Bryant jersey may go for $125k while James‘ could go up to $150k.
The auctions are set to close next month … happy bidding!