When Nate Thompson began the grueling rehabilitation from a torn Achilles’ tendon last summer, a documentary film about Kobe Bryant got his attention. The Lakers star overcame the same injury, and Thompson could identify on some level with the “Black Mamba.” “It was impressive,” Thompson said....
It’s almost hard to imagine that it’s only been a year since the last time we saw Kobe Bryant don the purple and gold Lakers uniform. Of course who could forget the 60-point performance in Bryant’s finale? He has many memorable moments throughout his 20-year career with the Lakers. So you would...
The future Hall of Famer opened up about his post-NBA life
Kobe Bryant's animated short film makes its debut at Tribeca Film Festival.
Kobe Bryant has opened up about how he doesn’t miss playing basketball at all! “No, I don’t. It’s crazy,” the 38-year-old former Los Angeles Laker expressed while making an appearance on Good Morning America. “I started playing when I was 2. After playing for 20 years in the league, what I have now is — [...]
Kobe Bryant’s animated short film, Dear Basketball, premiered Sunday at the Tribeca Film Festival. Based on his poem in which he announced his retirement from the NBA, the animated short was made in collaboration with animator Glen Keane (Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid), who illustrated the film. Show More Summary
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Kobe Bryant went on Good Morning America on Monday to discuss his new animated short film Dear Basketball, which is being entered in the Tribeca Film Festival. Robin Roberts asked him straight up if he missed the game and his answer was so good it had the crew clapping. Love Kobe so much. Show More Summary
Deadline is holding its Tribeca Film Festival portrait and video interview studio at the festival hub in NYC, opening its doors to this year’s most riveting and groundbreaking filmmakers. Guests stopping by the Deadline Studio on Day...Show More Summary
“If you asked me when I was 10 years old if I would be here now—that I would be here—I would have said, 'You're absolutely nuts,'” Kobe Bryant admits, sitting down at Deadline’s Tribeca Studio to discuss his animated short film DearShow More Summary
Bryant has been a persistent critic of AAU basketball culture
By Reid Carlson on SwimSwam LA2024 teams up with NBA legend Kobe Bryant to showcase the Staples Center, home of the Los Angeles Lakers and potential future Olympic venue. Read the full story on SwimSwam: WATCH: New LA2024 Video Featuring Kobe Bryant
LeBron James leaped past Kobe Bryant and into third place on the NBA's all-time postseason scoring list. The post LeBron James Moves Past Kobe Bryant on Playoff Scoring List appeared first on SLAMonline.
And he did it in fewer games
He did both in the same game. It was a tough Thursday night for Kobe Bryant. Midway through the second quarter of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Game 3 matchup with the Indiana Pacers, LeBron James passed Bryant to enter third place all-time in NBA postseason scoring: With this bucket, LeBron passed Kobe for third all-time in career playoff scoring. Show More Summary
The 40-team co-ed league was run through a partnership with Nike and the Los Angeles Boys and Girls Club
Kobe provides creative direction and voiceover. He even chose the composer.
Summary: BodyArmor, a relatively new player in the sports drink market, has unveiled its first ever television ad campaign, and at the helm of its creative direction is former NBA superstar Kobe Bryant. Bryant is a huge investor in BodyArmor,...Show More Summary
In a piece published Tuesday for the Players’ Tribune, Los Angeles Lakers great Kobe Bryant recalled a game on March 19, 1999, in which 76ers’ great Allen Iverson dropped 41 points and 10 assists on him. Bryant detailed his anger after that game and how it drove him to an obsession with the Philadelphia 76ers guard after […]
This is the stuff the greats are made of. Kobe Bryant left no stone unturned when took he the challenge of preparing to guard Allen Iverson back in their early NBA days. His journey to shutting down one of the league’s most prolificShow More Summary