Five-time NBA champion Kobe Bryant is coming to the end of the road in his NBA career and he’s fully aware of that fact.
With potentially two years left in his playing career, Kobe has decided to give fans an inside look at his life in the upcoming documentary “Kobe Bryant’s Muse.” Kobe has been so reluctant to show people how he prepares and what he does on a daily basis over the course of his 18 years with the Los Angeles Lakers, but now he’s ready to open the door.
In an effort to promote the new documentary that will air on Showtime in the coming months, Kobe is scheduled to make the following appearance, according to Greg Braxton of the L.A. Times:
The Los Angeles Lakers star is scheduled to appear at this summer’s Television Critics Assn. press tour to promote “Kobe Bryant’s Muse,” a feature-length documentary about his life, inspirations and challenges which will air on Showtime this fall.
With Kobe being so guarded about his personal life, Lakers fans will be counting down the days until Kobe’s documentary airs. The documentary will document Kobe’s 18-year career and the challenges and inspirations that drove him to win five NBA titles during that time.
The documentary will likely give a behind-the-scenes look at Kobe’s recovery from the torn Achilles injury that threatened to end his career.
Needless to say, it’ll be a must-see event for all Lakers fans and anyone intrigued by the career of one of the best basketball players in the history of the game.
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