SAN ANTONIO — Thursday night was Manu Ginobili bobblehead night at the AT&T Center as the Spurs hosted the Sacramento Kings.
The first 10,000 San Antonio Spurs fans in attendance were able to secure a free figure but were limited to just one for their collection.
However, it seems some fans got their hands on more than one figure and are re-selling them on eBay for ridiculously high prices.
A Spurs fan shared a screengrab from one seller on eBay showing a $100 asking price for a Ginobili bobblehead.
He even shared a photo of one seller asking for $95 for a figure.
Needless to say, Silver and Black fans are not happy about this and are voicing their thoughts on Twitter including one fan who says he saw some with bags of bobbleheads.
The bobblehead is part of the team's 50th Anniversary celebration. Fans who did get one (and are not re-selling it) can fill out the Spurs figure collection to recreate the championship river barge along with other team legends.
It's understandable why some fans are not too thrilled by this as some want to own a piece of Spurs' history for their personal collection.
But due to some hoarding more than one Ginobili figure, fans who missed out may pay these high prices to get a bobblehead.
What do you have to say, Spurs fans? Will you be paying these high prices for a Manu bobblehead if you missed out on the giveaway? Let us know on Twitter at @KENS5 and at @JeffGSpursKENS5.