Depending on who you ask, Kobe Bryant was basketball’s greatest hero or its greatest villain. As he walks off the court for the last time, opponents and fans tell him how they really feel.
Kendrick Lamar heads west to The Forum in Inglewood, where Kobe first began his career in 1996, to speak on the legendary Lakers impact on the game, culture, and his best moments from his 5-championship career.
In this final game of his 20-year career, the living legend managed to score 60 pts by 50 shots, 4 rebounds, & 4 assists, to take the win over Utah Jazz 101 – 96. This was his 6th 60-point game, breaking Michael Jordan’s single-game field-gold attempt record in the process.