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Lakers team store selling discounted memorabilia for Los Angeles coronavirus relief fund

The sale also includes the Los Angeles Clippers and Sparks.

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In an effort to provide relief for those that have been impacted by the coronavirus in Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Lakers, Clippers, Sparks, Galaxy and Kings are selling discounted memorabilia through the Team LA Store. All proceeds from the sales will to go Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Emergency COVID-19 Crisis Fund.

Among the items being sold are a few Kobe Bryant jerseys from the 2011 NBA All-Star game in Los Angeles, Lakers hats and the commemorative Jerry Buss patch the team wore in 2013 following Buss’s passing. To put into perspective how discounted some of these items are, a leather New Era Lakers cap that originally retailed for $200 is on sale for $30. There are also a few Sparks shirts that are on sale for $10, as opposed to the $30 they originally sold for.

They’re great deals for a great cause.

If by the time this story is posted, the site is already clean out, don’t worry — there are still ways you can help. The Team LA Store is allowing people to purchase clothes for those in need, with care packages ranging from $20 to $500. According to the site, $20 could provide six articles of clothing for someone in need.

In addition, the site will be regularly updated with jerseys, hats, t-shirts, warm-ups, scarfs, bobbleheads and other specialty items, according to the release sent out by the team on Tuesday. For more information on how to get involved, you can visit teamlastore.com.

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