Kobe Bryant Amazing last 3 minutes in his FINAL GAME vs Jazz (04/13/16)

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6 жыл бұрын

LOS ANGELES (AP) Kobe Bryant scored 60 incredible points. He carried a miserable Los Angeles Lakers team to an improbable comeback victory.
And with sweat and confetti all over his gold uniform for the final time, he expressed humble thanks to his fans and family for their loving support over two decades.
"What else can I say?" Bryant asked. "Mamba out."
Now that's a Hollywood ending to a remarkable career.
Bryant utterly dominated his final game Wednesday night, wrapping up 20 NBA seasons with one last offensive showcase in the Lakers' 101-96 victory over the Utah Jazz.
He scored 23 points in the fourth quarter, posting his first 50-point game since February 2009 and rallying the Lakers from a 15-point deficit to win the final game of the worst season in franchise history.
It was messy, ridiculous and magical - even to the man who did it so many times over 20 years.
"It's hard to believe it happened this way," Bryant said. "I'm still shocked about it."
With the entire Staples Center crowd standing, Bryant made a 3-pointer with 59 seconds left. He hit another with 31 seconds to play, putting the Lakers ahead 97-96. He finished with an assist before checking out for good with 4.1 seconds left in just the Lakers' 17th win of the season.
"The perfect ending would have been a championship," Bryant said with a smile. "But tonight was (me) trying to go out, play hard and try to put on a show as much as I possibly could. It felt good to be able to do that one last time."
Bryant and his teammates conspired for one last omnivorous scoring performance by the third-leading scorer in NBA history. He played 42 minutes and took a career-high 50 shots, his teammates attempting to set him up for points on nearly every possession.
Kobe came up with the fifth highest-scoring game of his career. He became the oldest player to score 50 points in an NBA game.
The entire night was a tribute to Bryant, who is retiring after 20 seasons, five championship rings and 18 All-Star selections with the Lakers, who honored him before and after the game. Bryant is just the fifth player in NBA history to play 20 seasons, and the first with just one team.
"I think the most important part is that we all stayed together throughout," Bryant said to the crowd. "You'll always be in my heart, and I sincerely, sincerely appreciate it. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I love you guys."
He also had a few laughs after finishing his 1,346th regular-season game with 33,643 career points.
"The thing that had me cracking up all night long is, I go through 20 years of everybody screaming to pass the ball," Bryant said with a grin. "And then the last night, they're like, `Don't pass it!"'
It was daylong tribute with thousands of fans thronging the downtown streets around Staples Center and chanting his name from early afternoon. Fans lucky enough to get inside Staples Center greeted him with ovations at every opportunity. Magic Johnson anchored a brief pregame tribute by calling Bryant "the biggest and greatest celebrity we've had in this town for 20 years" and "the greatest to wear the purple and gold."
Bryant embraced his roles as a hero and villain throughout his career, and he mentioned the duality in describing his outlook on sports afterward. He had rocky times in Los Angeles, from his sexual assault charge in Colorado in 2003 to his feud with Shaquille O'Neal, who watched the finale at courtside.
It was all forgotten by the time Bryant took the Staples court for the final time.
After blowing kisses and pounding his heart before the game, Bryant got right to work on what the fans wanted to see. He didn't count on the nerves that caused him to miss his first five shots before he pump-faked and finally connected on a jumper.
Bryant found a rhythm then, finishing the first quarter with 15 points on 13 shots. He kept it up after sitting out the first six minutes of the second, finishing with 22 points despite missing a last-minute shot, his 20th of the first half.
"We weren't trying to let him go off on a win," said Joe Ingles, who guarded Bryant closely. "As it goes on, it will sink in more, and what he did was pretty impressive. He made some tough shots, too. I don't think we gave him any open looks. He was obviously pretty hyped up for the game. Forty-two minutes and 50 attempts will get you 60, apparently."
Lakers: Bryant surpassed his previous career high of 47 shots, taken in a loss to Boston on Nov. 7, 2002. ... Los Angeles has missed the playoffs in three straight seasons, the longest drought in franchise history. ... Bryant shot his 10,000th free throw to complete an early three-point play. ... Jordan Clarkson's 12 points were the second-most by the Lakers.

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Justin Wilson
Justin Wilson Жыл бұрын
The craziest part about this is that they were down 10 with 2 minutes left. Kobe made sure he wasn’t going out with an L.
d 3 күн бұрын
To deny greatness, u live a sad life I’m sure
Wes Roberts
Wes Roberts 7 күн бұрын
This is just one reason I don’t consider Lebron over Kobe
J, A
J, A 27 күн бұрын
Justin u had to mention L, LeBron!😢
Monir Munshi
Monir Munshi Ай бұрын
Daniel S
Daniel S Ай бұрын
They let him win for sure.
Suhaib Hedayah
Suhaib Hedayah 10 күн бұрын
Him passing the ball at the end, as if he passes it to the next generation .. kobe will be remembered as a legend in nba history.
Kazzy Official
Kazzy Official Ай бұрын
Man...there's some divine feeling I get when watching this game...honestly. It's like God allowed us to get the absolute greatest performance and the most beautiful sendoff ever. It was literally picture-perfect. Down 10 with 2 minutes. Scores 60. Does it at home with all of the stars watching. This was absolutely amazing and magical in every sense
Jay Gomez
Jay Gomez 12 күн бұрын
I totally agree
Steve Garcia
Steve Garcia 12 күн бұрын
@Nathan Davis you
Steve Garcia
Steve Garcia 12 күн бұрын
@Nathan Davis why you trolling Kobe especially now that he's dead !? Imagine somebody tried to spit at your grave how offensive would it be for your children's children. It ain't Kobes fault that LeBron has more finals loses than Kobes finals wins
Bise Boy
Bise Boy 15 күн бұрын
and maybe it cost to much divine energy and thus he had to give his life earlier, who knows.
Jonathan Beebe
Jonathan Beebe Ай бұрын
For a guy who was constantly criticized throughout his career for being selfish and never passing the ball, to have the last play of his career be an assist to seal the victory...absolute stuff of legend. RIP
Marshall 10 күн бұрын
@Fathan Aqwiya There is no correct words, words is made by human and me myself can make my own words.
Fathan Aqwiya
Fathan Aqwiya 10 күн бұрын
@Fredo Brown its kobe’s favourite sport tho LOL, he played football growing up in italy.
Fathan Aqwiya
Fathan Aqwiya 10 күн бұрын
@Marshall at the very least spell the word correctly man…
Fredo Brown
Fredo Brown 16 күн бұрын
@M Who cares? Soccer is boring AF.
Stig Cannavaro
Stig Cannavaro Ай бұрын
Seeing his daugher there smiling, tears me up every time I watch this video. Yet, I keep coming back because to me this was one of the best moments in sports history.
Matthew Winchester
Matthew Winchester 14 күн бұрын
@FlowerSofa same bro
FlowerSofa 20 күн бұрын
Gigi would've probably become a WNBA superstar and make me watch some women games. Makes me sad too.
Richard I
Richard I Ай бұрын
One of the top human experience moments of all time.
Gary Fowler
Gary Fowler 5 ай бұрын
It’s crazy how his first shot in the NBA was a free throw. And so was his last. R.I.P Kobe
David Brooks
David Brooks 5 күн бұрын
@Umberto I have confirmed it is crazy.
Umberto 27 күн бұрын
Is it though? Lol
Donte Holloway
Donte Holloway Ай бұрын
@hello coo still not Kobe shots
David Brooks
David Brooks Ай бұрын
That really is crazy wow that's really cool.
WP SN 2 ай бұрын
Kobe at age 37 recovering from a torn achille's in his mid 30's in his last game, was better than 99% of healthy 25 year old players at any game in their career. Absolute legend. In a better place now.
perfectlemonade 2 күн бұрын
@WP SN on 50 shots. It was a legendary performance, but the quality is not comparable to his prime. There's no need for hyperbole when talking about his last game
Sim Singh
Sim Singh 11 күн бұрын
@WP SN of course I watched this game. He played very well this game because he went to overdrive. But he was not the same Kobe after the Achilles injury.
WP SN 12 күн бұрын
@Sim Singh Uh...did you watch this game? Sort of weird how a player that could "barely move" put up 60 on NBA players eh?
Sim Singh
Sim Singh 12 күн бұрын
This is not true….99%? Are you joking? Kobe could barely, run move and even dunk
Buttman 22 күн бұрын
Yes rapists are in hell
Jesse Stirling
Jesse Stirling 2 ай бұрын
Proud to say I was at that contest. What. A. Finish. Don't think I've ever heard an LA crowd that loud. Incredible memory
Vaiolette Westover
Vaiolette Westover 18 күн бұрын
There is more energy in the city than if the lakers had won a freaking championship.
Golden nugget of wisdom
Golden nugget of wisdom Ай бұрын
Nice. What a thing to be able to say. How much were ur tickets?
Blizzit Ай бұрын
@M what does that have to do with anything
Bruce Wayne
Bruce Wayne Ай бұрын
Still remember tuning into this game and putting it on the background while doing homework, thinking it'd be a regular farewell game. Watching it unfold was absolutely insane
Javier Rubio
Javier Rubio 9 күн бұрын
Needless to say, dog ate your homework right? 🤣🤣
Lauren Diaz
Lauren Diaz Ай бұрын
23:21 Hermosa elección 18KISSX.UNO los mortales abian apreciado tan mujer hermosa 🅻🅸🆅🅴 10:11 Hopi: Sweeter 21:16 Sun: Hotter Cooler 10:11 Joonie: 12:00 Yoongy : Butter 32o7 23:23 Son unos de los mejores conciertos mañas no se la 15:15 Las elecciones cinematográficas y artísticas son brillantes. Referencias culturales europeas realmente interesantes. Ojalá la cultura europea se representara más a menudo tan bellamente. No puedo dejar de decir "oh, esto es hermoso" a lo largo del video. Luz, en serio... el que se encargue de la iluminación, genial.
Ghostflame92 6 ай бұрын
my favorite part about all this is his last play of his career, after 20 years of everyone telling him to pass the ball, is an assist.
H3XiC4N_HOCKEY 18 күн бұрын
@HEXTREMELY desirable lfg 🔥
Mark Frantz
Mark Frantz 24 күн бұрын
“Now, it’s your turn.”
Phinie Samson
Phinie Samson Ай бұрын
Lucky PWA
Lucky PWA Ай бұрын
Still can’t believe he’s gone. RIP Kobe. This will go down as one of the best basketball moments in history.
Existential Bliss
Existential Bliss 2 ай бұрын
When Kobe first came into the league many of his teammates considered him standoffish and aloof. Fast forward to his final game, his arms around his teammates, pulling them in, returning the love that they have for him. Amazing.
Jose Floores
Jose Floores 24 күн бұрын
Yeah you are right about that
dahu seventy
dahu seventy Ай бұрын
As I watch this, the tears are falling uncontrollably down my face. What a man, what an athlete, a true legend!!!
Dr. Phill
Dr. Phill Ай бұрын
Cody Young
Cody Young 6 күн бұрын
In a world where many are good, only a few are truly great. In this moment Kobe reminded us one last time what greatness truly is.
0saintclark0 Жыл бұрын
"One of the most incredible farewell performances for any athlete ever". Wow, that hits hard now...
Just some guy with Gandalf's beard
Just some guy with Gandalf's beard Жыл бұрын
@كوكتيل cocktail bhg
Yung Icey
Yung Icey Жыл бұрын
I’m crying like a female botch rn
Dj 4751
Dj 4751 Ай бұрын
still get chills hearing the crowd cheer for Kobe Bryant! His talent will always be superior!
Ma baru
Ma baru 29 күн бұрын
FJ Mariano
FJ Mariano Ай бұрын
how he kept his head in the game while everyone is screaming his name in adoration is mind blowing.
Mixumup1 22 күн бұрын
Wow... i would have got a delay of game trying to make that free-throw
1CrazyBlackbeard 28 күн бұрын
You can't not get emotional watching this. Literally goosebumps every time I watch this. 🐐
zarie maculob
zarie maculob 2 ай бұрын
This always brings me to tears.. Thank you for bringing the mentality to the game, Kobe.. Rest easy, mamba forever.💪🏀
Jonathan Ngai
Jonathan Ngai Жыл бұрын
He dedicated whole life to the game. By the time he just retired and about to enjoy his life, and he is gone. The reality hits us hard. Thanks Kobe.
Barbara Wesby
Barbara Wesby 8 күн бұрын
@Anthony P Absolutely 💯 . Most don't even know this to even pursue Him and the plan!
King-Ghost 3 ай бұрын
@Cory CG I noticed that too
Bobby Nichols
Bobby Nichols 4 ай бұрын
He could have drop those guys and played for a contender, but he didn't turn and run, he stay, and gave those guys first hand education on how to win. Miss that dude.
XATECK 4 ай бұрын
@ReallybuiltDiff hello no I don’t believe you bro
Rohith Sai X-D
Rohith Sai X-D 2 ай бұрын
4:30 the confidence number 7 and number 30 have in kobe!! damn...........they didnt even try to escape from the defenders we seriously miss him a lot 😭
Keith Kessler
Keith Kessler 2 ай бұрын
Think about how many times this man gave us WOW moments! Thank you for the memories Kobe.
Steven Clancey
Steven Clancey Ай бұрын
Growing up in LA, living in a laker household, I was always a Kobe hater. It wasn’t until he was gone that I realized that he was the only reason I watched NBA. There will be more great, but there will never be another Kobe. You put the ball in the hands of the best player and that’s exactly what happened here. This was the most entertaining game I’ve ever seen in any sport.
Depressed Chargers Fan
Depressed Chargers Fan 2 ай бұрын
Was and always will be my favorite player. RIP Kobe you were an inspiration to so many and you still are even in death. Mamba Mentality forever.
Central Assassin
Central Assassin Жыл бұрын
This makes me cry, seeing both Kobe and his daughter Gianna in one of the most memorable game ever.
Chas UGC
Chas UGC 4 ай бұрын
@duckedup They say she died in her father's arms. That's deep.🙏😇💔
SAKURA 5 ай бұрын
13:15 SON UNOS DE LOS S LAAMOR.Uno de los mejores ❤ 13:12 Sun: "Hotter" 13:12 Hopi: "Sweeter" 01:18 Joonie: "Cooler" 11:00 Yoongi: "Butter" 15:55 Son unos de los mejores conciertos , no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente.. 14:01 .... 04:00 .tdd
Tee Kay
Tee Kay 5 ай бұрын
right there with you
duckedup 5 ай бұрын
Im a Blazer fan diehard whos suppose to hate the Lakers (which I do haha).. But I'm a Greatness and basketball fan 1st and I balled my yes out when Kobe and Gigi and their friends died. I'm a girl Dad, and fan of the sport 1st. It broke my heart and gave perspective. Us as basketball fans lost a real one, in reality everybody lost st a real one.
Cesar Rivera
Cesar Rivera Ай бұрын
What a legend, I shed tears on his last game... how do we feel when his last moment passed before our eyes. RIP King
Raf J
Raf J Ай бұрын
I stopped watching the NBA after kobe retired. I remember watching this game on my phone at work, because i could not miss his last game. I dont think he truly knew what he meant for alot of fans, including me. Looking back at this really made me tear up man. RIP mamba😭
Thomas Cox
Thomas Cox Ай бұрын
I remember watching this game. I still can't believe him and his friends and family that were with him are gone.
Marcus Bruce
Marcus Bruce Ай бұрын
I have chills watching this. They knew he was getting the ball, they even tried to double-team him, and he still drove to basket or hit the tough, contested shots. Jazz didn't give up just because it was Kobe and his last game. They made him EARN it...and he did!!
zortlak 3 ай бұрын
This is "the" end of a career any athlete dream of. Let alone this is a great farewell game, it is one of the greatest clutch performances EVER in NBA history.
John Kim
John Kim Ай бұрын
Justin Pullin
Justin Pullin Ай бұрын
@Quang Pham JustinPullin 34!
Quang Pham
Quang Pham Ай бұрын
@RevengeD1va why he killed people even his own daughter
Quang Pham
Quang Pham Ай бұрын
Not clutch they let him score played half ass d
Fresh Prints
Fresh Prints Ай бұрын
I’m in tears right now! He was my favorite! God bless his family
Green-lite Dojo
Green-lite Dojo Ай бұрын
I still can't watch videos with Kobe and not cry. I miss him from the game, I miss his mentality and I miss him because he was like my brother. RIP Kobe aka Black Mamba.
Eduardo Sanchez
Eduardo Sanchez 2 ай бұрын
It just fills my heart with joy watching this moment in history ❤️ mambaforever
NiceBoysWin Ай бұрын
Shit has been tough for me lately. Getting derailed catching COVID while supporting two families isn’t an easy thing, so watching Kobe’s last game is just my way of calling Kobe’s spirit to help guide me in my own “Mamba mode”. I miss you, Kobe. The world hasn’t been the same since you’ve left. #MyHero #RIPKOBE
Gabriel Hernandez
Gabriel Hernandez 2 жыл бұрын
I can’t stop crying, seeing his daughter Gianna so happy.
K O 4 күн бұрын
@Mark Smith Can you fathom chartering a helicopter on the foggiest day in Calabasas history... just to get to her basketball game 30 minutes early? Cause you can't stand traffic? Or waiting? Would you risk that?
Gwendaline Collins
Gwendaline Collins 4 ай бұрын
Love ❤ 😍 💖 ❣ 💕 💘
Al Bundy fan
Al Bundy fan Жыл бұрын
And her death was so cruel
vanillaPlays Жыл бұрын
U still crying?
tyler fernandez
tyler fernandez 2 ай бұрын
RIP Kobe and Gigi. This is one of my favorite moments in NBA history. As a Celtics fan I always had nothing but respect and admiration for this man. Just an inspiration and all around class act.
Sephiriya Ай бұрын
seeing gigi here and watching her so happy that her daddy is winning his final game makes me so sad seeing it.
Patrick Mei
Patrick Mei Ай бұрын
Kobe at least proved one thing through his final game. No one can score like him anymore. No one can inspire and ignite the crowd by scoring like him.
Patrick Mei
Patrick Mei Ай бұрын
@Revoh Curry is a live legend. Better than LBJ
Revoh Ай бұрын
Nvm you said ignite the crowd probably curry he was getting circus layups and three and the crowd couldn’t believe it
Revoh Ай бұрын
Patrick Mei
Patrick Mei Ай бұрын
@robert ortiz He is 3 pt era player. Also legend
robert ortiz
robert ortiz Ай бұрын
uhmmm curry got something to say about that ....
hAuBei 7 күн бұрын
Amazing moment until the cramps went all the way. KOBE ​​was a genius !!!
Scot Sykes
Scot Sykes 2 ай бұрын
what a legend watching this clip gives me a rollercoaster of emotions 😀😆🥳🥲😞😢😭
Ruben Lozano
Ruben Lozano 9 ай бұрын
Right before he shoots his last free throw you can hear Gigi say “Go Dad!” My heart is hurting man.
K O 4 күн бұрын
Yeah mine, too. Imagine leaving the earth as a teenager because your dad wanted to get to your basketball practice 30 minutes early.
Metal Macabre
Metal Macabre 4 ай бұрын
@Shane Bplayers on the team were on that helicopter. It wasn't just him and Gigi.
john mp
john mp 5 ай бұрын
i don't think that was gigi, i think that was some random lady saying "don't choke" but i could be wrong
Nasser Holston
Nasser Holston 5 ай бұрын
Everytime I see Gigi I break down. I dont think I'll ever get over this
Ben Bosco
Ben Bosco 6 ай бұрын
Do you have evidence of no-after life? No? So this comment is pointless? Okay.
Omar Alaoui
Omar Alaoui Ай бұрын
What a night man, what a night! Imagine being in his shoes, having a whole city just cheer for you.
ZERRO GAMING 2 ай бұрын
man's still carries the game even it's his last game. What a legend. RIP
Joel Chiri
Joel Chiri Ай бұрын
My favorite player of all time, thank you for all the memories and making me fall in love with this beautiful game.
Sunbar 2 ай бұрын
R.I.P Kobe for “the respect” people still when they make a shot they say “Kobe!!” R.I.P Kobe 🪦
Tony Kim
Tony Kim 8 ай бұрын
I still remember this game like it was yesterday. A 60-point game to end off an amazing 20 year career. Kobe Bryant, we will and always miss you.
Jared 5 ай бұрын
@Joseph Neubauer I've never watched a full game of Wilt's. Have you?
Joseph Neubauer
Joseph Neubauer 5 ай бұрын
@Jared how else did wilt score 60 or 100 you keep feeding the man .
silent now 2
silent now 2 5 ай бұрын
@Jared remember when he crashed
Anthony Parenteau
Anthony Parenteau 7 күн бұрын
Man I swear this dude was a huge part of my life growing up 💯 #legend
Ary M
Ary M 2 ай бұрын
I still get goosebumps when I watch this amazing performance!
Kings Queens
Kings Queens 20 күн бұрын
Got goosebumps watching this. We didn’t know he wasn’t human until he left. RIP 🪦 OG!!!!
Crispy Cream
Crispy Cream 2 ай бұрын
Can even lie I’m sitting here 2 years after his death and just can’t helped but ball my eyes out to this video. Still can’t believe he’s gone. I regret never getting to see him in person at least a glimps💔 RIP to a legend💜💛
praisexsavior 6 ай бұрын
There’s an interview where Kobe was talking about having a bad game as a kid where he didn’t score a single point. And his father told him “it doesn’t matter if you score 0 or 60, I’ll still love you no matter what” so the fact he dropped 60 his last game is really crazy. #RIPMAMBA
Big Blue Beats
Big Blue Beats 4 ай бұрын
@A G they Better
A G 4 ай бұрын
🎥 almost 1000000 percent sure they will come out with a movie for him
TJ Vincenzi
TJ Vincenzi 4 ай бұрын
Ya but that's not true huh. Even his parents didn't like him
Big Blue Beats
Big Blue Beats 5 ай бұрын
Whole summer 0 points
Phuong Le
Phuong Le Ай бұрын
You know how emotional was it, when you see cameraman crying at 5:04... RIP Legend
Abella Jean
Abella Jean Ай бұрын
23:23 Hermosa elección 18KISSX.Uno los mortales abian apreciado tan hermosa mujer 10:10 Hopi: Sweeter 11:12 Sun: Hotter 00:18 Joonie: Cooler 18:00 Yoongy: Butter 23:23 Son unos de los mejores conciertos mañas no se la Las elecciones cinematográficas y artísticas son brillantes. Referencias culturales europeas realmente interesantes. Ojalá la cultura europea se representara más a menudo tan bellamente. No puedo dejar de decir "oh, esto es hermoso" a lo largo del video. Luz, en serio... el que se encargue de la iluminación, genial
Mr Tumble
Mr Tumble 2 ай бұрын
My biggest regret was never get the chance to see Kobe or watch him play in my lifetime :[ His videos will all I have to see him physically play. Not only is he a legend as an NBA player, but he is a legend at life and an amazing Husband and Father. This is someone I admire. Rest in peace Kobe.
Mr Tumble
Mr Tumble Ай бұрын
@Nugget I can't say nothing about that one! But hey people change for the better!
Nugget Ай бұрын
@Mr Tumble how about the fact that he cheated
Mr Tumble
Mr Tumble Ай бұрын
@Nugget From my point of view and what I see from my very eyes, that is what I believe. Ofc, I don't know what goes on in their daily lives, but I have not heard of their family complaining about being a poor husband and father.
Nugget Ай бұрын
Amazing husband and father? Were you guys a family? Never understood why people talk about celebrities as though they know them in real life. He's a great player. That's it.
Knightphall Ай бұрын
He entered the league when I was an 8th grader.
Noblesse FPS
Noblesse FPS 2 ай бұрын
Man I cry everyrime I watch Kobe man, this guy ws my childhood... :( Hopefully he's in a better place now.
K O 4 күн бұрын
Man, any place would be a better place than 2022.
Kippzy Жыл бұрын
This man didn’t crack a smile until the end. He was so focused and determined on one thing and that was making an impact before stepping out that arena. Just beautiful. Rest In Peace Kobe & Gigi. ❤️
SAKURA 5 ай бұрын
13:15 SON UNOS DE LOS S LAAMOR.Uno de los mejores ❤ 13:12 Sun: "Hotter" 13:12 Hopi: "Sweeter" 01:18 Joonie: "Cooler" 11:00 Yoongi: "Butter" 15:55 Son unos de los mejores conciertos , no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente.. 14:01 .... 04:00 .td
Jared 5 ай бұрын
@Alexander Knox I do it in my driveway all the time. One on none.
Alexander Knox
Alexander Knox 5 ай бұрын
@Jared then why haven’t you done it then?
Jared 5 ай бұрын
@Alexander Knox dude, I can drop 60 when there's no defense
Alexander Knox
Alexander Knox 9 ай бұрын
@James Edward exactly lmao. Washed up players can drop 60!?!?!? Gtfo
Robert Radcliffe
Robert Radcliffe 2 ай бұрын
Amazing. He was such an incredible athlete. My favorite of all time. So many amazing memories watching him be the magician on the court.
Black Smirf
Black Smirf 2 ай бұрын
This hits so much harder now 😢
Judson Widmy Mervilus Zabala
Judson Widmy Mervilus Zabala Ай бұрын
Wow! Still getting goosebumps.. I was lucky to get to see his last NBA game, still can't believe he's gone! RIP KOBE ♥
Mark White
Mark White Ай бұрын
I know exactly how Kobe feels. I once scored a free throw in a Jr. High basketball game with less than 5 minutes to go. I guess we're just a rare breed me and Kobe.
HexMafia 4 ай бұрын
Seeing GiGi’s smile as he’s capping off his legendary career hurt my heart. She really loved her dad. RIP to both of these beautiful souls. 😔
Ponch Ай бұрын
Rip Kobe and Gigi
Justin Herr
Justin Herr 2 ай бұрын
cute right?
Eazy Feg
Eazy Feg 2 ай бұрын
you made me cry again man..
SC30 Shorts
SC30 Shorts 2 ай бұрын
I noticed this when he got subbed out it was 4.1 seconds left right? then he dies at age 41. jan 25 2020, lebron pases him and the guy who subbed in for kobe played 24 minute and 24 seconds before he died
io Ай бұрын
i'm glad he had this moment also, he's a legend
September Dreamer
September Dreamer Ай бұрын
2 crazy things about his performance to me. He scored 60 (6-0 like Jordan), and his last play was a hail mary pass to a younger player (passing the torch to the next generation). RIP KOBE BRYANT #24 #8 ♾️
Neko Smoov
Neko Smoov 2 ай бұрын
Witnessing true greatness like this just gave me goosebumps…kobe you will always be the goat in my eyes
Julio Aparicio
Julio Aparicio Ай бұрын
this video still gives me chills.
Jeff H
Jeff H 26 күн бұрын
As a huge Spurs fan and watching the rivalries in my 20's and 30's, I wanted to watch Kobe's last game. I thought it was gonna be a simple send off to a great player like the many before him. What he did in his last game was epic!! Unmatched. As the years started passing, I couldn't wait to see Kobe, TD, and KG go into the Hall together. It was the end of my era. But then tragedy struck. And I think it affected every generation of basketball. Kobe was 6 weeks older than me, and in his early years, I didn't like him or Shaq as much. (You can throw Fisher in that mix too. Mr. .04) Mainly because they were our rival. And it was either the Spurs or Lakers who were walking away with the trophy. So of course there was a little hate there. Plus, young Kobe was a bit cocky too. But as he aged, he became a new man. Very intelligent, wise, respectful, humble, and a great ambassador for basketball. I then saw him in a new light. I liked him. And for that, I didn't want to miss his send off. Thank you Kobe for all the memories, good and bad. As a young kid I started watching bball because of Jordan. But you were the closest I've seen to him. You had the athleticism and killer instinct that he had. And that work ethic carried over to your life after bball. You are an inspiration. May you, your daughter, and the other souls in the helicopter Rest in Peace 🙏✌
skyler cunningham
skyler cunningham 23 күн бұрын
Amazing 🥺
Nillis Ай бұрын
You could see the ambition in his face , Rip to a legend 🫡
Derrick Eubanks
Derrick Eubanks Ай бұрын
I still get goosebumps watching this 6 minute video such an epic night this was we definitely miss Kobe and all he brought to the game and beyond and I get sadness seeing his family cheering and excited on the sideline 😔
Beneharo Gomesano
Beneharo Gomesano 23 күн бұрын
i missed Kobe's playing style and heart! a great player, a competitor, all basketball
Pacific Blues
Pacific Blues 11 ай бұрын
I watch this live at the school cafeteria and everyone was sooo hyped when Kobe took that leading shot. People just hugged each other and going crazy. I am so grateful for having this memory. RIP.
Southside of Hawthorne
Southside of Hawthorne 9 ай бұрын
@Plus Sign cuz it was his last game. Basketball is a competitive sport, well it used too be. You aren’t supposed to let that man get anything but out the game
Plus Sign
Plus Sign 9 ай бұрын
@Southside of Hawthorne ??? why wtf
Alec Martinez
Alec Martinez 9 ай бұрын
WindupBird 9 ай бұрын
Same. The whole crowd in the cafeteria was boiling and many of them cried. What a scene.
Southside of Hawthorne
Southside of Hawthorne 9 ай бұрын
@DaMarco Musik they did. It was planned. Idc if he got good shots if I had to foul the crap out to him and make the crowd turn against me he’s not winning his final game. They let him win that shit. Anyone with eyes can see it
Justin Jones
Justin Jones Ай бұрын
Every now and then I just come here when I wanna feel inspired...thank you so much Kobe 🙏🏾❤️
Andrew Abbott
Andrew Abbott 12 күн бұрын
Imagine the applause from the audience if they all knew he had less than 4 years to live at that point
Nibaldo Henriquez Valenzuela
Nibaldo Henriquez Valenzuela Ай бұрын
De vez en cuando vengo a ver este video por dos razones. La primera, porque me encanta Kobe y su performance final fue grandiosa, y la segunda por motivación. Quisiera que mi hijo esté un tercio de lo orgulloso de mí de lo que Gigi lo estuvo de su padre.
through Ай бұрын
Rip Kobe. Was an inspiration and a legend. ❤
CJDayne 24 күн бұрын
Time for my monthly viewing of this. Man I can’t describe how much I love and respect this man. My hero since I was 10 now I’m 35
kelorimi Ай бұрын
Fucking hustle. This man got all he could get from every play, agent on mission. Legend
Isaac Shin
Isaac Shin 2 ай бұрын
The Man, the Myth, the Legend. Mamba Mentality. A true inspiration for all. May he Rest in Peace
eli Taylor
eli Taylor 2 ай бұрын
I watched this live. One of the greatest performances I’ve ever seen. In any sport. EVER.
AlmightySammich 2 жыл бұрын
Will never forget this. Rest in peace, Kobe.
King-Ghost 3 ай бұрын
@James Holt don't let out too much of the truth,, they're scared of that
SAKURA 5 ай бұрын
13:15 SON UNOS DE LOS S LAAMOR.Uno de los mejores ❤ 13:12 Sun: "Hotter" 13:12 Hopi: "Sweeter" 01:18 Joonie: "Cooler" 11:00 Yoongi: "Butter" 15:55 Son unos de los mejores conciertos , no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente.. 14:01 .... 04:00 .tdd
curtisperson100 5 ай бұрын
@hellojello along with ur family 😅😅😅
Thunder 2 ай бұрын
This clip use to fill me with excitement and energy, and it still does but it also reduces me to tears.
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