Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers has decided to retire after this season. The 37-year-old Bryant made the announcement in a post on The Players' Tribune on Sunday. The decision was not ...
‘Dear Basketball’ by Kobe Bryant is a moving poem that was written as an announcement of the Lakers star’s retirement from basketball. The letter, which is in the form of a poem, separated into stanzas , takes the reader through Bryant’s emotional connection to the game.
See more videos for Dear Basketball Kobe Retirement
In 2015, Bryant announced his retirement from basketball in the following letter, which was turned into an animated short film that won an Oscar at the 90th Academy Awards. Dear Basketball,
Hello everyone :)Today i upload one of my best montage ever, a tribute to Kobe Bryant! #MambaOutso if you enjoyed, be sure to leave a like and subscribe!Than...
Official Factory Sealed “Dear Basketball” Kobe Bryant retirement letter. $350.00.
Directed & Animated by Glen Keane. After 20 years of playing basketball for the Los Angeles Lakers, Kobe Bryant announced his retirement from the NBA. As a farewell, he wrote “Dear Basketball,” a poem that encompasses the personal journey of his physical and mental sacrifice to the sport he loved. Directed and animated by Disney veteran Glen Keane and scored by the legendary John Williams, this animated short film is the embodiment of the words of his poem — a visual piece brought to ...
Dear Basketball is a 2017 American animated film written and narrated by Kobe Bryant and directed and animated by Glen Keane, with music by John Williams. The film is based on a letter Bryant wrote for The Players' Tribune on November 29, 2015, announcing his retirement from basketball. It was distributed online through go90. The animation, which carries the same name as Kobe's retirement letter, was made in partnership between Bryant's own Granity Studios and Believe Entertainment Group. The sh
Bryant’s powerful and Oscar-winning Dear Basketball retirement letter Bryant won an Oscar for Best Animated Short Film in 2018 after his letter was transformed into an animated film
More Dear Basketball Kobe Retirement images