New Jersey--- Kobe Bryant is in a court battle with his none other than his own mother. The all-star Lakers' guard is trying to keep his mom from auctioning off some of his high school mementos. She is reportedly trying to sell some of his mementos from his early years with the Lakers.
A New Jersey auction house filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Camden for the right to sell the memorabilia. Bryant's lawyers wrote the firm telling it to cancel an auction that was planned for next month planned June auction.
Pamela Bryant intends to sell his jerseys, practice gear and sweat suits from Lower Merion High School; varsity letters; a trophy for being the outstanding player at the 1995 Adidas ABCD basketball camp; and a signed basketball from the 2000 NBA championship game.
Kobe is currently recovering from a torn ACL injury. The Lakers were swept by the San Antonio Spurs in the first round of the playoffs.