Kobe Bryant and his parents had a difficult relationship at times. 

Three months after the tragic death of Kobe Bryant, nearly 100 items of Bryant memorabilia, including game-worn sneakers from the NBA Finals and a championship ring originally belonging to his mother, Pam Bryant, are being auctioned off.

“We believe it is the largest collection ever in one place of Kobe Bryant memorabilia,” Ken Goldin of Goldin Auctions told ESPN on Thursday.

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The online auction, which ends May 16, features 86 items including sneakers, warm-ups, jerseys and a 14-karat gold ring with eight diamonds engraved with Bryant’s name to represent Team USA’s 8-0 record in the 2012 Olympics en route to the gold medal.

“There’s something for everyone,” Goldin said. “We expect the price points in here to go from as low as $500 to potentially over $100,000.”

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