Kobe Bryant who is now 35 years old, will go down as one of the greatest to play the game of basketball. Bryant is a one of a kind professional athlete in terms of hard work and dedication. From enduring tireless hours in the gym, to watching in-game film footage over and over, no one has been more focused and determined to win championships than Kobe Bryant.
In the video above, motivational speaker for Muscle Prodigy TV’s YouTube page, Jaret Grossman, breaks down the incredible and inspiring journey of Bryant’s career. Grossman mentions various amount of events, highlights, and statistics in this archived video footage of Kobe’s career.
One of the interesting points that Grossman addresses in the video, is about Bryant’s sacrifice. Kobe Bryant turned down a movie role from Spike Lee’s 1998 film “He’s Got Game” which was eventually given to Ray Allen.
Grossman also talks about Kobe cementing his name in professional basketball from his accomplishments. Being a 16-time All-Star, 12-time All-Defensive Team, and a five-time NBA Champion describes Kobe Bryant as a man that any team can count on.
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