Uber rich sports enthusiasts do not have any qualms in spending hundreds of thousands of dollars in acquiring memorabilia of sports legends. Hence, when the basketball court center circle of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), went under the hammer, the piece of hardwood signed by basketball stars Bill Walton and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was bought by a collector for $325,085. The pair of gloves worn by Muhammad Ali to smash his famous opponents was auctioned off for $385,848. Even a printed copy of the original basket ball rules can fetch over $4 million at the auction. To know more about the most expensive sports memorabilia in the world, visit the following link.