TDE Founder Did What to See Kobe's Last Game!?

Anthony Tiffith, TDE

TDE Founder Did What to See Kobe's Last Game!?

Talk about all for the love of the game!

Published April 12, 2016

Just last week, TDE founder Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith proudly posted a couple of Instagram shots showing him and his son watching one of Kobe Bryant's last games.

Tiffith's lil' man even got to meet the NBA legend.

Me and my baby boy at the lakers vs clippers... He had 2 check out Kobe 1 last time... #TDE

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But just because Tiffith caught one of Kobe's last games doesn't mean he was going to let anything box him out of being at the Staples Center for the final game of the Black Mamba's historic career — even if it meant paying an insane price for tickets.

Showing how much he just had to be in the building for Bryant's final farewell Wednesday night, when the Los Angeles Lakers host the Utah Jazz, Tiffith screen grabbed the receipt of how much he put down for two courtside tickets and posted it on his IG on Tuesday for the world to see.

$40,960 for two courtside tickets to watch Kobe's last game... that's too real, Top!

He'll definitely be in the company of fellow stars, who all pack the Staples Center to see Bryant's final game.

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Written by Mark Lelinwalla


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