Kobe Bryant memorabilia, including Los Angeles Lakers uniforms, are set to go up for auction next month.
The sale is being organised by Julien’s Auctions, who revealed that the auction was already planned before the death of the double Olympic gold medallist at the age of only 41 earlier this year.
Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven others were killed in a helicopter crash in California on January 26.
"We are honoured to include this collection of his items and pay tribute to this giant who was an inspiration not only to basketball fans but to the entire world," Darren Julien, Julien’s Auctions’ President and chief executive, said.
The Lakers uniforms up for sale include one worn during the 2000 National Basketball Association (NBA) Finals, with his original number 8.
The uniform, which included a black armband marking the memory of Wilt Chamberlain, who died that season, is estimated to reach up to $20,000 (£15,500/€18,000).
The sale is due to take place on April 30 in Beverly Hills as part of their annual sports auctions.
The other Bryant Lakers uniform is the number 24 he wore during the 2007-2008 season when they were beaten by Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals.
Bryant's cement hand and foot prints that were inducted into the Grauman’s Chinese Theater hall of fame gallery are also being auctioned and predicted to fetch between $4,000 (£3,000/€3,500) and $6,000 (£4,500/€5,500).
The death of Bryant has led to a big increase in prices for memorabilia connected to him.
Bryant-related memorabilia such as trading cards, autographed basketballs, jerseys and shoes is also selling fast on auction site eBay, with sellers hiking up prices to take advantage of the increased demand.
One eBay user wanted $3 million (£2.3 million/€2.8 million) for a basketball signed by Bryant and the rest of the Los Angeles Lakers team from 2002 which won a third consecutive NBA Finals, CNN reported.
Another seller was asking for $2.88 million (£2.21 million/€2.66 million) for "one-of-a-kind" ball Bryant signed after winning his first NBA title in 2000.
The seller claimed the ball will be "worth $10 million (£7.7 million/€9.3 million) in 10 years".
A set of Bryant trading cards, claimed to be in "very good" condition, sold for $1 million (£768,000/€923,000).
The asking price for a pair of Nike shoes signed by the double Olympic gold medallist after his final NBA game in 2016 was $240,000 (£185,000/€222,000).