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VIDEO: Kobe Bryant’s ‘Last Dance’ Chronicles His Comeback Attempt

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Regardless of any off-season moves, coaching changes, and draft picks, the upcoming Lakers season, and possible success, will ultimately come down to Kobe Bryant’s return.

Many people doubt whether Bryant can play at the high level everyone has become accustomed to coming off of two major injuries. Not to mention Bryant will be 36 when the season starts.

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But thanks to the people at Old Skool BBall, there is an inspiring video featuring Bryant and his struggles over the last two seasons.

From Bryant willing himself to knock down two free throws after tearing his achilles, to working all the way back to last season, and only making it six games before going down again.

This beautifully produced video splices comments from people like Charles Barkley and Kenny Smith, with videos of Kobe doing what he does best.

If nothing else, the video will absolutely get fans fired up for the return of Bryant this season.
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  • 16 of em

    I think we are gonna see some magic this year..I feel it…like everyone said..if anyone can do it it would. Be mamba every player on the roster Kobe wanted…he and Phil are close and phil knows he wanted him…phil has given kobe the blueprint and the players to get….cant wait

    • joshhh

      im just scared for him his bones are more brital and weaker now that he’s older. im scared he’s gonna go down again and his career is over it’s more likely now than ever before in his career. all it takes is 1 fall or maybe he lands on his foot the wrong way and twists it or something like I hope nothing happens but I hav a feeling he won’t be playing 82 games that’s for sure somethings gonna happen

      • Giovanni Thomas

        you act like mamba is steve nash …..if you played as much as kobe without getting rest yes your body breaks down …..Mamba got the rest he needed don’t be surprise if he looks like he did right before he got hurt… with all the critics saying he’s wash up …he coming with fire… 3provethemwrongMamba#KB24#

      • Judo Mma

        Shut the F up coward!

        • stephaniemshuey

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          last week I bought themselves a Chrysler from having made $5060 thiss month
          and-in excess of, 10/k last-month . it’s realy the easiest-work I have ever done
          . I started this 4 months ago and pretty much straight away was bringin in at
          least $78 per-hour . why not look here C­a­s­h­f­i­g­.­C­O­M­

      • http://www.foxhilldesign.com Josh

        Brittle bones because he’s old? He’s not 90. He doesn’t have osteoporosis. I’m about the same age, and I sure don’t worry about breaking a bone if I fall down.

      • 16 of em

        only one kobe my friend..remember before his injuries they were already saying he was on the decline…i think we know they were off…epic

  • 16 of em

    And I don’t think his knee was hurt anyway orv the rest of the lakers..they didn’t want to risk anything serious. …eyes were on exum….bet kobe avg 25

  • pacclerouge

    Oh Mamba, make those infidels feel the power of greatness !
    Anyway, great clip, got me emotional and full of hope. Go Lakers !

  • Truth B Told

    Kobe knows his body…..As Jack Nicholson said in The Shining…”Wendy…have I got a surprise for you.”…..Mamba has a surprise for the Nay Sayers…..It’s On……”Honey…I’m Home.”

  • justin8135@hotmail.com

    That video literally gave me chills!!! Pure greatness!!

  • Timothy Davis

    Sign Metta! He is fearless and quite a character. Also, The lakers a could use a sharp shooter since Meeks is gone!

    • vdogg

      and metta would be that sharp shooter? lol. ARE YOU HIGH?

      • Timothy Davis

        I’m not talking about signing Metta as a sharp shooter..lol we could use a Steve Novak, Kyle Korver , Mike Miller or Ryan Anderson.

  • Kobe Will Get 6

    I honestly think Kobe is the toughest player ever to play in the NBA. I don’t think anyone past or present would be willing to play through anything more than he would. Even when he tore his achilles he walked on/off the court and sinked both shots, I’ve seen other NBA players who tore their achilles crying and be carried off the court. Even if Kobe was in a full body cast he would still try to find his way on the court.

    Realistic or not to some people, I believe Kobe Will Get 6

  • ghost

    I hope it’s gonna be quick last dance because we want our team back.

  • Tune

    I see Kobe averaging 25/5/5 with this roster assuming he’s healthy

    • http://www.foxhilldesign.com Josh

      Close enough. I’ll go 23/6/7.

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