Kobe Bryant has been more than candid about his love for basketball and life after basketball. After debuting his short-film Dear Basketball at the Tribeca Film Festival…the film which is an animated short narrated by Kobe is his love letter to the game in a visual depiction.
Kobe Bean Bryant is quite an intriguing individual. Over recent years, we’ve all witnessed Kobe pull back layers of his personal life, layers of his personality, layers of himself in general. Always one to inquire, learn and explore…there is this calming feel that comes over
Kobe Bryant’s stint at Nike’s Hyperdunk ambassador back in the silhouette’s original run in 2008 spawned some great releases under his regime. Of course there was the ‘Aston Martin’ drop and the ‘Marty McFly or BTTF’ launch…but a third was the ‘United We Rise’ release.
Kobe Bryant’s professional career might have concluded last month…but the Swoosh has more plans for the series finale. This particular colorway of the Nike Kobe XI features the famed SMPTE slate that has been a television staple for generations. Simply known as “bars and tone”, the heel
Kobe Bean Bryant will step onto an NBA court in front of a sold out crowd for the final time in his career later tonight. But in lieu of that emotional moment, Nike salutes the Black Mamba with a film titled, “The Conductor”. The video
For two decades we have been wowed by his ability; watched in awe at the moments, floored by the incredible game-winning shots…have our jaws dropped in wonderment by the epic record setting performances. A lot can happen in 20-years and for the entirety of that
After 20 illustrious years….two marvelous decades Kobe Bean Bryant is officially hanging up his signatures. And what a has been nothing short breath taking and awe inspiring moment after moment, championship after championship…we all say thank you Black Mamba. And Nike Basketball says thank you