Lakers Legend Kobe Bryant, ESPN Debut ‘Cavalier Kingdom’ As Part Of ‘Canvas’ Series
Lakers Legend Kobe Bryant, Espn Debut ‘cavalier Kingdom’ As Part Of ‘canvas’ Series
Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

When NBA stars reach the end of their career, they enter retirement with new possibilities and venues to get creative with. Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant has experimented with writing, storytelling and investing throughout the use of Kobe Inc.

Bryant has partnered with ESPN to debut his ‘Canvas’ series, with different episodes describing facets of the NBA. His latest release featured ‘The Golden Democracy’ and the Golden State Warriors, with his latest work appearing before Game 4 of the 2017 NBA Finals.

Each chapter from this creative work has been shown during the NBA on ESPN telecasts, before many impactful games this season. Both ESPN and Bryant released the seventh installment of the series prior to Game 4, focused on the implemented systems between the Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers:

The 18-time NBA All-Star gives detailed insight into how LeBron James and Kyrie Irving run an individualistic offense, compared to the Warriors motion-filled looking to capitalize. Bryant has always been a student of the game, studying the nuances and building blocks of those that have paved the way.

Kobe’s previous features involved in the ‘Canvas’ series pay homage to Boston Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas, the ability to find an inner MuseCage and the excitement involving various NBA legends.

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