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IN BRIEF

An iconic, 1 of 1 offering at the intersection of basketball culture and business. In 2002, Kobe Bryant opted out of his Adidas shoe deal, sparking the biggest “sneaker free agency” in NBA history. Few players had earned Bryant’s respect and admiration more than Allen Iverson, who had an endorsement deal with Reebok. As a result, this pair of Lakers themed, player edition Reebok Allen Iverson Questions sneakers were created to lure Bryant to Reebok. Kobe wearing the signature sneakers of a fellow NBA player was the true testament to his respect for Iverson. Game worn and signed by Kobe Bryant, these Yellow Toe Reebok Questions were hidden for years before recently resurfacing during an episode of Pawn Stars. Considered one of the rarest pairs of a modern era star to ever surface. Kobe memorabilia is on fire, with a rookie game worn jersey recently selling for $3.69M.

THE ATHLETE

Kobe Bryant is one of the most beloved and accomplished basketball players to ever play the game. Bryant spent his entire 20-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers, helping them win five NBA championships, and was an 18-time All-Star, a 15-time member of the All-NBA Team, a 12-time member of the All-Defensive Team, the 2008 NBA Most Valuable Player (MVP), and a two-time NBA Finals MVP. Bryant also led the NBA in scoring twice, and ranks fourth on the league’s all-time regular season scoring and all-time postseason scoring lists. He is the all-time leading scorer in Lakers franchise history. He was also the first guard in NBA history to play at least 20 seasons. His 18 All-Star designations are the second most all time, while it is the record for most consecutive appearances as a starter. Bryant’s four All-Star Game MVP Awards are tied with Bob Pettit for the most in NBA history. Bryant tragically died at age 41, along with his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others, in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California in 2020. Their memories will forever live on in the hearts and minds of sports fans.

THE OFFERING

● The Yellow Toe Reebok Question is considered by some shoe collectors to be the rarest and most iconic pair of sneakers Kobe Bryant wore during his career. They were only worn by Kobe once - on on December 8, 2002 at Staples Center vs the Utah Jazz. A true 1/1. ● While wearing these shoes, Kobe recorded 26 points, 14 assists and 5 steals to key the Lakers 110-101 win over Utah. ● Game worn and signed by Kobe Bryant. Each shoe is signed, so the pair contains 2 Kobe Bryant signatures. ● Kobe Bryant & Allen Iverson were both drafted in the 1996 NBA Draft. Iverson went #1 overall to the Sixers and Bryant was drafted 13th overall. Both players would have an immense impact on the game of basketball, both on and off the court. Kobe Bryant’s obsession with Allen Iverson is well documented. Over their years in the NBA, they maintained a fierce on-court rivalry and a deep respect and friendship off of it. “I obsessively read every article and book I could find about AI,” Bryant wrote. “I obsessively watched every game he had played, going back to the IUPU All-American Game. I obsessively studied his every success, and his every struggle. I obsessively searched for any weakness I could find.” ● Iverson had a shoe endorsement deal with Reebok. The first official Allen Iverson shoes with Reebok was the Reebok Question. You can learn more about them here . ● In 2002, Kobe became a “sneaker free agent”, after opting out of his Adidas contract. This sparked the biggest sneaker free agency in NBA history. ● Kobe couldn’t sign with another brand until 2003. As a result, Kobe could wear any shoe during the 2002-2003 NBA season. ● Kobe chose to wear different styles and brands, but none had the impact as the AI Reebok Questions Kobe wore. Kobe wearing the signature sneakers of a fellow NBA player was a true testament to his respect for Iverson. ● Before Bryant’s tragic death in 2020, Reebok was about to release a retro sneaker designed based on the shoes he wore in 2002-03. The shoes were scheduled to be released during at the 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago. Reebok canceled the launch following Bryant’s passing. ● Comes with a LOA from D.C. Collectibles and guaranteed by Purple Shoes. Investors are limited for $400 (50 shares) for the first 15 minutes and $4,000 (500 shares) for the next 45 minutes. The cap will be lifted after the first hour.
SHARE PRICE
$8.00
MARKET CAP
$88,000
OFFERING SUMMARY
$87,176
$88,000
INVESTED
99.1%
INVESTORS
497
FINANCIALS
Price per share
$8.00
Number of shares available
11,000
Market cap
$88,000.00
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