Nowadays, there seems to be so many hockey fans in Los Angeles. Well, it’s only right when the Kings are 1-0 leading the Stanley Cup Final against the New Jersey Devils, so everyone has since joined the bandwagon. However, Kobe Bryant is singing a different tune. He is actually selling two tickets for Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final on June 6, but of course for a very good cause.
Bryant is having a special drawing where all fans were entered before June 4 at noon and can be entered up to 10 times, along with donations that ranged from $10-$100. The good news is that proceeds go to his charity, the Kobe & Vanessa Bryant Family Foundation’s Youth Homelessness Initiative.
But that’s not all. Bryant will be auctioning from June 4 to June 11, to give fans a chance to play the super athlete in a game of H-O-R-S-E in Santa Barbara on July 2. In the past, Bryant has managed to come up with great ideas to help benefit his charity, including raising $67,100 for auctioning off his signature face mask.
Here’s a video of Kobe Bryant showing the Los Angeles Kings some fellow Los Angeles spirit here.
Source: LA Times