VIDEO: Kobe Bryant – The King Of The Comeback

VIDEO: Kobe Bryant – The King Of The Comeback


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.

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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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  • charlie murphy

    F*ckin ball hog is done. Nobody want to play this fool.

    • King$moove (Realest Nigga)

      Go die someone

    • Adam Lee

      I guess some people just don’t have the IQ to understand the message from the video. To call him a ball hog means you don’t watch basketball. When given the ball, it doesn’t mean he’s the ball hog. Given means trust, win it for the team. Good luck with your life, you’ll need it Charlie Murphy.

    • Mike

      go jump off a cliff. He’s top 10 in all time assist leaders and he’s a SHOOTING guard. not a point guard. Asswipe. Don’t you ever put kobe’s face over your own photo again

      • Paytc

        Now that’s real…. and real funny !

  • Marty Susman

    If I believed in a cartoon god thingy, I would simply say, from his mouth to gods ears. Bottom line here is can he, will he every even play & if he plays, how well will he play & for how long & how well…People hate me for saying it BUT I am generaly concerned that he will first never be really good, maybe never play more then a few minutes a game & I am also afraid he will never play again..Bye Bye $48,000,000 of cap space, hello Jimmy Buss.

  • Paytc

    It’s common to hate on the best especially when your a talentless sideliner or bench player. But real ballers respect great players like Kobe Bryant. Love him or hate him Kobe will continue to do Kobe. And that includes scoring near the top all time. But he has also provided the teams best defense,gets rebounds and whatever the team needs as his assist numbers proved last season. One of the all time greats.

    Cheers to Kobe’s successful return to the top, and more Lakers championships in the process.