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Top Dawg Entertainment founder Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith just posted on Instagram how much he’s paying for tickets to Kobe Bryant’s last game. Hint: there are cars that cost less.

The Top Dawg is paying top dollar to see Kobe play his last NBA game as a Los Angeles Laker. According to an image of a receipt Tiffith posted on Instagram, front row seats to see the event are going for {cue Dr. Evil in Austin Powers music} $17,500!

Tiffith is buying two of them.

Tiffith has almost become a Hip-Hop version of Jack Nicholson. He has been spotted courtside at numerous Lakers games sitting next to the likes of Denzel Washington, 50 Cent, TDE’s own Kendrick Lamar and at times his son. With TDE winning so much right now, the price tag is probably just a drop in the bucket. Treat yourself!

Obviously, Kobe’s last home game at the Staples Center is the event that is fetching so much money. In no world is a ticket to see the last place 16-65 Lakers play against the 40-41 Utah Jazz worth that much bread. However, the game is a win-or-go-home situation for the Jazz. They need to win this game and have the Houston Rockets lose their game against the Sacramento Kings in order to make the playoffs. Expect Kobe to want to play spoiler one last time in his career.

If you don’t have money for tickets, you can still watch the game on ESPN 2 this Wednesday at 10:30 p.m EST, for free.