Kobe Bryant won five championships with the Los Angeles Lakers and he really deserves that Hall of Fame spot. The Black Mamba was blasting opponents for two decades. He spent his entire career with the Los Angeles Lakers and players learned so much from him.
Kobe’s official induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday will also feature an exhibit of his brilliant career. His widow Vanessa designed it and yes, it’s perfect.
The great exhibit, entitled “Kobe: Basketball Life,” features amazing photos of Kobe’s greatest moments on the basketball court. It will also feature jerseys and sneakers he wore during his career with the Lakers.
Kobe lost his life in January 2020. A few months after his death, the Black Mamba was elected to the Hall of Fame. He had an amazing career with the Lakers and his five rings made him a Hall-of-Famer.
The ceremony to induct the Black Mamba was scheduled for August 2020. It will happen in 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Kobe’s posthumous induction will be filled with emotions. It will be sad and painful. However, it’s also great because it will remind everyone what a great player Kobe was.
Kobe Bryant inspires LA players with Hall of Fame career
Lakers players will continue his legacy. The same goes for other NBA players. Kobe was an inspiring person and a true mentor. His competitiveness gave rivals an awful headache but they all learned from him. Learning from the best is always good, right? Kobe left some great lessons for future generations. A lot of basketball players grew up idolizing the Black Mamba. A lot of kids grew up watching him win games.
Kobe is a legend and LA honored him with a title. Lakers players won a championship inside the Orlando bubble. LeBron James and Anthony Davis led the team to a win. They defeated the Miami Heat and came home with a title. The franchise raised the championship banner, and Kobe must be proud of his guys. They did an amazing job and they will do it again this year.