The towel that was draped over the shoulders of Kobe Bryant during his farewell speech following his final NBA game sold for over $33,000 at an online auction1, CNN reported on Sunday. The Lakers star ended his speech at Staples2 Center in Los Angeles with his trademark3 "Mamba Out" before walking off the court. A fan grabbed the towel, beginning a stretch in which that souvenir has been sold multiple times. The winning bid for the towel on Sunday－along with two tickets from the game on April 13, 2016－was $33,077.16. Bryant scored 60 points in the Lakers' 101-96 win over the Utah Jazz that night. Jeff Woolf, president of Iconic Auctions4, told CNN that the buyer is known for having the largest collection of Lakers memorabilia worldwide. Woolf noted5 that the same bidder6 previously7 spent $30,000 on a yearbook from Bryant's middle-school days.