In his post-NBA career, Kobe Bryant is making a run for sneaker supremacy, and he won't rest until he accomplishes said goal. Yesterday we debuted Bryant's "Kobe AD," the living legend's twelfth sneaker and first since retirement.
Nike Basketball has something planned for Kobe Bryant tomorrow, November 1st, and I'm willing to go out on a limb and assume the big announcement will have something to do with one of Kobe's upcoming signature sneakers.
Kobe Bryant has taken his talents to the New York Stock Exchange. The Bearded Mamba rang the opening bell at the NYSE this morning and announced his new $100 investment fund focused on tech, media and data companies.
Kobe Bryant has penned a lengthy letter to his 17-year old self for The Player's Tribune, in which he advises his younger self to invest in the future of family and friends, but to refrain from giving them material things like cars and money.
Kobe and Vanessa Bryant have taken to instagram to announce another "Baby Mamba" is on the way. The Bryants, who already have two daughters, Natalia and Gianna, are expecting their third girl.
Forbes has released its Highest-Paid Celebrities of 2016 list, comprised of the 100 celebrities who earned the most money between June 2015 and June 2016 to crack the Top 100. Taylor Swift took the #1 spot with a whopping $170 million earned.
Kobe Bryant's Los Angeles Lakers were bounced from the NBA's playoff picture long before the sh*t even got started, but he has still found a way to get on the tv during tonight's broadcast.
No, the Black Mamba won't be doing any color commentating.
Kobe has only been retired for about a month but he already has plenty of job opportunities lined up if he gets bored of golfing, catching up on Game Of Thrones, or whatever else a 5x NBA champ does once he calls it quits.
R Kelly caught a ton of flak when he posted a picture to Twitter of him watching Kobe Bryant's final game on a very small TV in an unfurnished room.
"R Kelly was watching Kobe last game on a Galaxy Note," wrote one Twitter user.
Kobe Bryant made a grand farewell last month, dropping 60 points in his final game en route to a memorable retirement. However, it looks like the Black Mamba isn’t quite ready to step away from the game completely.
Kobe Bryant ended his illustrious with a bang last night, dropping 60 points and single-handedly pulling the Lakers back from a double-digit deficit before hitting the game-winning jumper in the final minute. Scores of rappers paid a premium just for