Glen Rice wore these offered Nautica Sport Tech sneakers circa 2000 with the Los Angeles Lakers. Rice played two seasons for the former Minneapolis franchise in 1998-99 and 1999-2000, averaging 16.3 points and 4.0 rebounds per game across both seasons. The Lakers won the 2000 NBA Finals, defeating the Indiana Pacers in a six-game series. Rice scored 11.5 points per game in this series, good for third on the team behind Shaquille O’Neal’s 38.0 and Kobe Bryant’s 15.6 mark. These offered shoes are size 14, with “NST” and “Nautica Sport Tech” embroidered on each side of both shoes in purple and yellow. Rice’s number “41” is embroidered on each heel in yellow and purple below a second “Nautica Sport Tech” logo. A final “Nautica Sport Tech” logo is applied to each tongue. Rice has signed the toe of each shoe in black marker. These shoes originate from the personal memorabilia collection of Tyronn Lue, who was gifted the shoes by Rice after a game.