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Kobe Bryant Calls The Kobe Prelude III “The Most Important Shoe” Reviewed by Momizat on . [new_royalslider id="78"] This week, Nike will introduce the latest shoe in the Kobe Prelude Pack -- Kobe Prelude III. With the pack featuring eight different s [new_royalslider id="78"] This week, Nike will introduce the latest shoe in the Kobe Prelude Pack -- Kobe Prelude III. With the pack featuring eight different s Rating: 0
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Kobe Bryant Calls The Kobe Prelude III “The Most Important Shoe”

This week, Nike will introduce the latest shoe in the Kobe Prelude Pack — Kobe Prelude III. With the pack featuring eight different signature shoes, each one represents a defining moment in Bryant’s future Hall-of-Fame career.

In an interview with Nike Basketball, Bryant calls the Kobe Prelude III “the most important shoe in this pack” and shared a story about losing to the Boston Celtics in the 2008 NBA Finals:

“Losing to the Celtics, it’s such a really, really hard time for my career — a defining moment in my career. It really helped me turn the corner. Soul searched a little bit and become more determined to win a championship. But losing to the Celtics, it was absolutely misery. When I look at that shoe,  that was the first thing that came to my mind.”

Here is the video of Bryant talking about the “misery” after losing in Game 6 in the Finals. For more information, head over to NikeInc.com:

(All photos in slideshow provided by NikeInc.com)
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