The Los Angles Lakers' last game of the season will be at home against the Utah Jazz on April 13. It will also be the final opportunity to see Kobe Bryant play in the NBA. To thank his fans for their years of support, the veteran is going to allow one fan and a guest to watch the historic occasion without having to pay hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars for tickets.
Bryant is teaming up with charity website Omaze to make it happen. Fans can enter the competition by donating at least $10 to a charitable cause.
Since this will be the 37-year-old's final game, ticket prices at the moment are expensive. Really expensive. As of Tuesday afternoon, the cheapest tickets on StubHub to watch one of the worst teams in the NBA play a borderline playoff team is a whopping $700.
The game itself will probably be pretty lackluster, but the pre- and post-game ceremonies honoring Bryant are sure to be memorable.
So Kobe fans, unless you're trying to blow some cash on garbage seats, this might be your best bet.
H/T Bleacher Report