• April 13, 2016
I was born in 1993. Kobe Bryant’s NBA career started in 1996. I was privileged to grow up watching the Black Mamba play basketball and achieve success wherever he went. It was hard to find admirers of Kobe outside the L.A. circle therefore I found myself defending him more times than not. I didn’t need to do that, but I wanted to because I felt the hate was mean spirited and over the top. Despite all the doubters and haters, Kobe and his fans have reached the light at the end of the tunnel. The Black Mamba’s 20-year career is coming to a close, and no one has anything negative to say. People from all over the world are sharing how much they respect him. That speaks volumes about the man and player he has become. I’ve watched him evolve from arrogant kid to fierce competitor, strong leader to humble legend. I cheered him on through highs and lows and never once gave up. Words cannot describe my admiration and respect. It is very hard to let go because his career coincides with 20 years of my life (I’m only 22!). But, I know he’s in pain and ready to move on. I wish he and his family nothing but the best. God bless you Kobe Bryant! Thank you for your contribution to the game of basketball.
🏀 2008 NBA MVP 🏀
🏀 NBA Slam Dunk Champion 🏀
🏀 2x NBA Finals MVP 🏀
🏀 2x NBA Scoring Champion 🏀
🏀 4x All-Star MVP 🏀
🏀 5x NBA Champion 🏀
🏀 18x All-Star 🏀
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