The Best Kobe Bryant Career Tribute Video Found on Youtube

I ran across an awesome video compilation of some of Kobe’s greatest moments on Youtube. The tribute, titled “Legacy of Kobe 2013” was done by someone going by the Youtube user name of Kobebeans and he simply knocked it out the park. The video and sound editing was flawless and he did a great job of including most of Kobe’s most memorable moments in his time in the NBA.

Kobebeans included the dunk on Steve Nash, Ben Wallace and a young Dwight Howard. He also got some of Kobe’s best game winners, such as the shot to beat the Phoenix Suns in game 4 of the 2006 1st round series and the off balance shot against to beat the Miami Heat.

This is the best compilation of Kobe highlights that I have seen. Hats off to Kobebeans. Hopefully, Kobe will get to add a few more highlights and maybe a few more rings over the next few years.

– Fern Rea

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  • I agreed with and was glad to see Harvey not strating in the UConn game. His mood swings just isnt good enough. I think Lawrence and Theodore sharing the point guard position is just going to get better and better.The other position needing the change now is in the Center position. The UConn game shows proof again that Jon Garcia just isnt quick enough and doesnt have the Center moves to compete against the Centers in the Big East.Farrakon Hall is getting better and better and I think he should be sharing that position with Pope with Jeff Robinson coming to share the Power Forward Position with Pope. Then have Garcia come off the bench to deal with the oppositions bench Centers later in the game.He is just not Big East Good enough and is hurting the team. A couple of times you can see Garcia back away from positions underneath the basket where he could have made the easier rebound or block outs.