Lakers News: Kobe Bryant’s ‘Detail’ To Debut On ESPN+ April 12
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Kobe Bryant’s analysis show, ‘Detail,’ is set to premiere Thursday, April 12, exclusively on ESPN+. The 15-episode series is a collaboration between the Los Angeles Lakers legend, his Granity Studios, and ESPN.

In the debut show, Bryant will highlight and analyze the matchup between the Los Angeles Lakers and Denver Nuggets in Game 6 of the 2009 Western Conference Finals. He scored 35 points in 42 minutes to send the Lakers to a second consecutive appearance in the NBA Finals.

The second episode of ‘Detail’ will be available on ESPN+ on Sunday, April 15, the day after the 2018 NBA Playoffs begin. The show is written, produced and hosted by Bryant, who recently became the first former NBA player to win an Oscar Award.

Although the series begins with Bryant looking back on a game he played in, the five-time champion will provide insight and analysis as he also breaks down current playoff games.

The schedule calls for multiple episodes of ‘Detail’ to be made available during the first two rounds of the playoffs, followed by three episodes during the Eastern Conference Finals, and up to seven airings for the NBA Finals.

Every show ill be available on ESPN+. The platform is the network’s new direct-to-consumer subscription streaming service that launches on April 12. It will be integrated with a redesigned ESPN app.

Segments from ‘Detail’ will air on Get Up!, SportsCenter, The Jump, NBA Countdown, and across ESPN’s digital and social media platforms.

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