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    Kobe Bryant

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    The (9-35) Los Angeles Lakers host the white-hot (37-6) San Antonio Spurs tonight at the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles. Today in the 10 year anniversary of Kobe Bryant giving the NBA; his magnum opus, his masterstroke, his piece de resistance one of his crowning achievements, his exemplar performance scoring 81-point game against the Toronto Raptors. We can all reminisce about Kobe Bryant dropping the second highest scoring game in NBA history, but a few things somehow end up being lost in translation; the fact that the Lakers were being manhandled by the Raptors down 63-49 at halftime, ‘the black mamba” had 26 at halftime. In their game against Sacramento the Lakers were competitive in the first half down 57-52 at halftime, outscored…

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    Kobe Bryant Motivation

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    Kobe Bryant is the one person in the world who inspires me. To me, Kobe inspires me to play basketball better. I sometimes watch how he forms his jumper. When I watch how he plays I later go outside and try to recreate everything he does. Just last year Kobe got the third highest point scorer in NBA history, prior to that, he hit an all-time best in assist, and in about two thousand six Kobe hit the second highest point scored in a single NBA game with eight one points. Kobe entered the league…

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    Kobe Bryant Biography

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    Kobe Bryant is one of the most recognizable names in sports. His prominence in basebatball for the last two decades has helped him reach the pinnacle of celebrity status as an athlete. Well, and the fact that he’s played in Los Angeles, home of the strongest spotlight and the brightest stars in America. Kobe, known simply by his first name to even those who haven’t watched a second of basketball, is mentioned with Michael Jordan and LeBron James as the faces of the sport in the last 20 years. So…

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    Kobe Bryant Speeches

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    They pass it to Kobe with 5 seconds left, he hesitates to the goal 4… he dribbles between the legs…3...2, he steps back and shoots...1. It's a fan's dream come true to take the game-winning shot. The way your excitement flows in your body as I play in the close game. I once heard the broadcasters talk about Kobe Bryant that way. In fact, me being named after the famous Kobe Bryant, who would go down as a legend, I would have to live to high expectations. It would be just as great as hitting the…

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    Phil Jackson (“Kobe Bryant” Unofficial Fansite 3). Even Kobe’s business interests outside of his already dropped endorsements were completely ruined, just furthering his already destroyed image (“JockBio: Kobe Bryant Biography” 16). And if the strained endorsements and his struggling team wasn’t enough, Kobe’s marriage was also at risk. Indeed, Kobe Bryant was, in fact, married at the time of the sexual assault. However, Kobe was able to “restore” his already broken marriage by purchasing a…

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    Kobe Bryant is to be considered to be one of the greatest basketball players of all time. With 5 NBA Championships and an MVP award he not only backs up the fact that he might be the greatest with titles, but also as an individual with the MVP he obtained. His dominance in the game of basketball drives me to be like him. He is my role model in not just sports but also in life. Kobe is a 6’6 shooting guard in the NBA that plays for the Los Angeles Lakers. He was born August 23, 1978. Growing up,…

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    Kobe and Lebron were and still the best NBA players of their era. Basketball fan or not, you have probably heard or had a strong debate. Who is a greater player: Kobe Bryant or LeBron James? Although they have never played a single playoff game against each other, the comparison is inevitable. Both came to the NBA out of high school, both have been very dominant since their early years, and both made a huge impact on the league. They are both first-ballot Hall of Famers, with a combined eight…

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    Kobe Bryant was born on August 23, 1978, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His dad was Joe Bryant, and used to play for Philadelphia 76ers player. Kobe Bryant started playing basketball at 3 years old, and his favorite team was the Lakers. Kobe was six years old when his father moved to Italy to play basketball, leaving the NBA behind. He grew up in the newer places and learned to speak the local language. He only came to the USA in the summer to play in the Summer Leagues. He also played soccer…

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    Showboat: The Life Of Kobe Bryant By: Roland Lazenby Kobe Bryant/ the Black Mamba was very popular NBA basketball star. Kobe did not just get skills and trained from people, he already had it in his blood because his father Joe Bryant is also known as Jellybean Bryant. Joe perused his talent by going to Italy and playing basketball there. That is where their whole family lived for 7 years. Kobe learned how to speak Italian fluently and this was where he started playing basketball. When Kobe was…

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    Secondly “If you're afraid you're going to fail, then you're probably going to fail,” justifies Kobe Bryant. Likewise, Kobe Bryant feels that people need to…

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