Aug. 24 is now officially Kobe Bryant Day in Los Angeles, and the city’s political class took full advantage Wednesday as it hosted the town’s biggest star. Kobe, with his The post Los Angeles Celebrates Kobe Bryant Day appeared first on SLAMonline.
NBA 2K17 fans can expect continuation of rivalries in this much-anticipated video game. 2K franchise unveils the 'Friction Trailer' featuring superstars Stephen Curry, LeBron James, Russel Westbrook, Kevin Durant and others. Kobe Bryant is also hinted for 'Legend Mode'.
“Kobe Bryant Day” was declared by Los Angeles City Council yesterday, August 24, in celebration of the retired NBA superstar’s impressive performance in his 20-year career in basketball and philanthropic contributions. The date happened to coincide with the jersey numbers 8 and 24 that Kobe wore. Show More Summary
To celebrate his new namesake holiday, a look at how he’s redefining the pro-athlete’s second act
Lakers fans packed Los Angeles City Hall chambers to witness the mayor and other officials declare Kobe Bryant Day in honor of the retired NBA superstar.
The Los Angeles City Council declared today Kobe Bryant Day, because the date 8/24 contains the two jersey numbers Bryant wore during his Lakers career. The inaugural Kobe Bryant day was marked by Bryant and his family shaking hands and posing for pictures at city hall, where he was also serenaded by adoring local politicians who wanted to wish him a happy birthday: Read more...
Kobe Bryant says it's a "huge blessing and a huge honor" to have 8/24 deemed "Kobe Bryant Day" in Los Angeles... and gave a heartfelt speech to his friends, family and fans at L.A. City Hall. "I never ever thought that this day would ever be…
Kobe Bryant turns 38 today ( Aug. 24) and the hoops star's big day this year has been especially poignant for fans. Continue reading…
Wednesday will officially be declared "Kobe Bryant Day" in Los Angeles... 'cause it's 8/24 (his two jersey numbers)... and even the Mayor of L.A. is pumped about it. Bryant will be honored at L.A. City Hall later today -- but before that…
Today is Kobe Bryant Day. Los Angeles City declares Wednesday as the day intended to honor "Black Mamba" who is celebrating his 38th birthday. Apart from his monumental accomplishments in the NBA, Bryant will receive the honors because of philanthropy works with his wife Vanessa.
It’s been well documented that Kobe Bryant has quite the affinity for soccer. Growing up in Italy, Bean was introduced the to the game at a young age, and as with many European countries, the sport is pretty much inescapable. Accordingly, the new Kobe 11 “Mambacurial” from Nike pays homage to one of Bryant’s favorite […]
Did you really think Kobe Bryant's retirement tour would end with his final game? This thing could drag on until the end of time, baby. SEE ALSO: On getting older: Kobe and LeBron as the NBA pages turn The Los Angeles City CouncilShow More Summary
Magic Johnson says he's rooting hard for Kobe Bryant to kill it in the business world -- saying he hopes Mamba becomes the next ex-NBA star to make it BIG off the court. Kobe just announced that he launched his own $100 million venture…
The date (8/24) was chosen to commemorate his two Lakers jersey numbers. [ more › ]
Kobe Bryant rang in the New York Stock Exchange yesterday and unveiled his new career: heading up a $100 million venture capital fund. Along with Jeff Stibel—a former Web.com CEO—the creatively named Bryant Stibel will invest in “technology,...Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant is one of the greatest basketball players of all time and, consequently, a veritable living legend pretty much anywhere he goes. However, he’s also a regular dude who likes to eat lunch with his family without somebody sticking a camera in his face. And when somebody does stick a camera in his face, […]
Retirement has been good for Kobe Bryant. The former Laker superstar recently launched a $100-million investment fund and test drove a $490,000 car at Ferrari headquarters, and now he will have his own day. On Monday, the L.A. City Council announced that this Wednesday will be known as “Kobe Bryant...
L.A. honors Kobe with his own day. The post City of Los Angeles Declares August 24 As ‘Kobe Bryant Day’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Back in April Kobe Bryant wrapped up a legendary NBA career in which he scored 33,642 points, won two scoring titles, two NBA Finals MVP awards, one NBA MVP award, and of course five NBA championships. On Wednesday, Los Angeles City Council will officially declare August 24 “Kobe Bryant Day.” The date, 8/24, commemorates 8 […]
It’s about time. What happened to that guy?