Kobe Bryant would have celebrated his 43rd birthday on Aug. 23, 2021. These photos only catch a glimpse of what went into the making of Kobe Bryant, a father, husband, son, brother and friend forever known as the "Black Mamba."
Word On The Streetz is Kobe Bryant will be getting both his numbers, 8 and 24, retired in the Los Angeles Lakers Staples Center. Kobe will be the first in Lakers history to get both numbers retired. TMZ broke the story that the ceremony will be held this December for the Golden State Warriors game. […]
Kobe Bryant‘s all-star lineup is finally complete. The retired athlete and NBA all-star recently welcomed his third daughter with wife Vanessa Bryant, TMZ confirms. The baby girl, whose name has not yet been revealed, joins big sisters Natalia Diamante Bryant, 13, and Gianna Maria-Onore Bryant, 10. The arrival of their new family member caps off a huge year for […]
Not only did Kobe Bryant just get a day named after him by the city of Los Angeles and start a multmillion dollar company, but his Nike Kobe 11’s are getting the “Mambacurial” treatment. Since Kobe joined the swoosh just over a decade ago, he’s received his own signature sneaker every year. And lately, aside from the slew […]
Los Angeles saw it fit that the city name a day, August 24, after him. The date commemorates the two jersey numbers he wore as a Laker: 8 and 24.
Since retiring from the NBA back in April, Kobe Bryant has kept things pretty low-key, but recently talked about what he's been up to and how he plans to help the Lakers going forward.
Gary is back and spilling the tea on Nick Cannon and Chilli. The two were spotted at a concert together and hopefully Chilli is finally finding love. Congratulations is in order for Kobe Bryant, his wife Vanessa is pregnant with another baby girl. Is Kobe’s wife having another baby so he can sit home during […]
Since Kobe Bryant retired he's kept a pretty low profile, but the outpouring of respect and love from fans hasn't stopped, and Snoop Dogg may have given him the best retirement gift yet.
What a difference four years have made for Kyrie Irving and Kobe Bryant. During Team USA's race for gold during the 2012 Summer Olympics, Kyrie was just a bright-eyed youngin' trying to make his way in the league. In an effort to prove himself, he challenged Kobe to a game of one-on-one. To make the deal even sweeter, Kyrie, then 20, wanted to play for $50,000.
Kobe Bryant is retired from the NBA but it's only opened up more opportunities for his off-the-court projects.