Kobe Bryant's Last Game: Lakers Tickets Listed for as Much as $25,000 Each

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The NBA and Olympic champion will play in his final game Wednesday against the Utah Jazz at Staples Center.

It's the end of an era, so naturally it will cost a pretty penny to witness in person. 

Tickets for the Los Angeles Lakers' final game of the season on Wednesday, which happens to be Kobe Bryant's last game of his illustrious career, are going for hundreds and thousands of dollars.  

The cheapest price for one ticket to the game against the Utah Jazz at the Staples Center is $725, according to StubHub. That is for nosebleed a seat. The closer in, the more dough you'll need to drop. 

The most expensive seat listed on StubHub is courtside for $25,000. Four of those seats together are available. 

Bryant announced in November that this season — his 20th in the NBA — would be his last.

Bryant spent his entire career with the Lakers, which signed him at 17 in 1996. 

The 37-year-old Bryant won five NBA championships and is an 18-time All-Star, among numerous other awards and accolades he's compiled throughout the past two decades. 

He has been nagged by injuries in past years, a major factor in his ultimate decision to hang up his sneakers for good, he said when he announced his retirement decision in a poem he wrote and published on The Players' Tribune. The site crashed from all the traffic once the poem was posted. 

In the latest official list from the league, Bryant has the third-best-selling jersey behind LeBron James and Stephen Curry.