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    Ayo Matthew
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    Kobe Bryant’s death came as a huge shock to the Sports World. The Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard and legend of of the game died in a helicopter crash alongside his daughter and five other people in Calabasas, California. Eulogies, tributes and condolence letters are all over social media in memory of him.

    This is Kobe Bryant’s career in Numbers;

    1. 5x NBA Champion (2000-2002 , 2009, 2010) 

    2. 2x NBA finals MVP (2009, 2010) 

    3. NBA Most Valuable Player (2008) 

    4. 18x NBA All Star (1998, 2000-2016) 

    5. 4x NBA All Star All Star MVP ( 2002, 2007? 2009, 2011) 

    6. 11x All NBA first team (2002-2004, 2016-2013) 

    7. 2x NBA second team (2000, 2001) 

    8. 2x NBA third team (1999, 2005) 

    9. 9x NBA All time Defensive first team (2000, 2003, 2004, 2006-2011) 

    10. 3x NBA All Defensive second team (2000, 2002, 2012) 

    11. 2x NBA scoring champion (2006, 2007) 

    12. NBA slam Dunk contest Champion(1997) 

    13. NBA All Rookie second team (1997) 

    14. Jersey number 8 and 24 retired by Los Angeles Lakers 

    15. Naismith Prep player of the year (1996) 

    16. First team Parade All-American (1996) 

    Career Points; 33, 643 (25.ppg) 

    Rebounds; 7,947 ( 5.2 rpg) 

    Assists6,306 ( 4.7 apg) 

    National team 

    2x Olympic Gold Medals (2008, 20012) 

    1x FIBA Americas Championship (2007) 

     

     

    #8626 Reply
    Emmanuel
    Participant

    Big Mamba..rest in Glory.. We all go someday..Hmmm

    #8638 Reply
    Taiwo Francis
    Participant

    What more can we say. Kobe Bryant has seen it all, done it all and win it all. Rest In Peace!

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