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Lakers Video: Kobe Bryant Talks Post-Retirement Plans On KTLA Reviewed by Momizat on . After suffering a torn Achilles that will force him to miss the rest of this season and possibly the start of next, Kobe Bryant has been going through a lot of After suffering a torn Achilles that will force him to miss the rest of this season and possibly the start of next, Kobe Bryant has been going through a lot of Rating:
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Lakers Video: Kobe Bryant Talks Post-Retirement Plans On KTLA

After suffering a torn Achilles that will force him to miss the rest of this season and possibly the start of next, Kobe Bryant has been going through a lot of self-doubt and questions lately. In a brief interview that aired on KTLA on Thursday night, the local station cataloged some of Bryant’s recent social media posts where he expressed his frustration with the injury.

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In one piece of the interview Bryant was asked about his plans after his playing days are over. While many former players go into broadcasting or coaching, Bryant hasn’t said what he intends to do once his career comes to an end. And in the KTLA interview Bryant didn’t reveal anything more than we already knew.

Kobe: “The key is finding something passionate about.”
Horton: “What are you going to do after basketball?”
Kobe: “I keep that concealed, those are my goals.”

The complete segment is below.

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In case you missed it, be sure to check out Kobe Bryant making two free throws with a ruptured Achilles in our Play of the Week!

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  • Crystal

    It’ll be a sad day when Kobe retires :/ but the game has to go on. I wish Kobe a safe and speedy recovery! His will and drive to win will bring him back better and stronger than ever!

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