Kobe Bryant was in the house for Thursday night’s Los Angeles Lakers-Denver Nuggets game, marking the first home game of the season he attended since LeBron James joined the team.
The Boston Celtics may have been one of Kobe Bryant’s biggest rivals during his Hall of Fame career, but he is clearly rooting for them to find success now that he is retired.
Kobe Bryant played a big role in the Los Angeles Lakers’ success during the 2000s and early part of this decade, and he continues to help the team in big ways even in retirement.
One former NBA MVP got to work with a potential future NBA MVP.
Giannis Antetokoumpo worked out with Kobe Bryant and posted about it on Instagram Thursday.
There has been some chatter that the most diehard of Kobe Bryant fans aren’t particularly happy to see LeBron James playing for the Los Angeles Lakers.
If it seems like just yesterday that a 23-year-old Kobe Bryant was winning his third NBA championship, that probably means you are getting kind of old.
Kobe Bryant continues to rack up the wins even in retirement.
Bryant is a minority owner of the sports drink company BodyArmor.
If Kobe Bryant ever wants to get back to playing competitive basketball again, one prominent fellow Angeleno may have just the opportunity for him.