There is no disputing Kobe Bryant’s legacy in the NBA. In 20 years, the talented shooting guard accomplished so much.
Kobe won five NBA championships, and was an 18-time All-Star, a 15-time member of the All-NBA Team, a 12-time member of the All-Defensive Team, the 2008 NBA MVP, and a two-time NBA Finals MVP. Yet in the months since Kobe’s sudden passing, what we’ve seen is that Kobe’s basketball legacy hasn’t been central to the discussion.
The reason is because Kobe was so much more than a basketball superstar. Kobe had a tremendous desire to give back to the world that had given him so much. He was one of the rare people that genuinely enjoy helping others and making things easier for mankind.
The tremendous gifts Kobe bestowed on the world off the court have been the focal point of discussion. Kobe was a kind and caring person who certainly faltered at times. His ability to be vulnerable and to feel beyond his own experiences is what made him so special. It’s what’s made his loss so hard for so many fans, friends, and family members.
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