Los Angeles Lakers: What Kobe Bryant could have still given basketball

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As just mentioned, Kobe Bryant won in 2018 an Academy Award with his short “Dear Basketball” in addition to an Emmy.

But that was just an early peak of his post-playing career, expected to spread through a variety of directions in the field of entertaining. As many pointed out, the second act of his life had just begun and he looked set to have as much success as he had as a basketball player.

After retirement, he had transitioned smoothly in the entertaining world and put all of himself into it. In a few years he had already built up an impressive body of work and he was on his way to build a multimedia production empire.

Among his works, books, the award-winning “Dear Basketball” and the documentary “Muse” with many more on the way. But it is especially in productions revolving around basketball that Bryant could be appreciated by fans who could not have enough of his talent.

His production company Granity Studios had already produced, beyond “Dear Basketball”, the series of shorts “Musecage Basketball Network” for ESPN. A nice mixture of storytelling and basketball analysis designed to break down the game for young viewers.

His understanding of the game would have produced further and unique products that would have put us a part of his view of basketball.

They would have been gold for every basketball fan, interested in beholding and understanding his unique view of the game, or just Kobe fans who wanted to follow the creations born from the mind of the former Laker.