VIDEO: Kobe Bryant Talks About Goals, Championships

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Five-time NBA champion Kobe Bryant is currently in China for the Nike RISE campaign. Kobe was seen going one-on-one on the basketball floor with fans this week during his time in Shanghai.

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It was the first time Kobe had been seen actually putting in work on the floor since suffering the season-ending knee injury back in December of last year. Kobe was clearly rusty in the beginning, but started to get into a groove with more fans he faced.

In the video above, Kobe talks about continuing to strive for a championship. Kobe signed a $48.5 million contract extension with the Los Angeles Lakers last November keeping the future Hall of Famer in purple and gold for at least two more seasons.

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Although many believe Kobe is past his prime and will be playing on a rebuilding squad for the rest of his career in Los Angeles, the perennial All-Star remains focused on wining a sixth ring heading into next season.
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One on One With Byron Scott, Chat 18 Yr Old Kobe Bryant


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