We widely credited Kobe Bryant for making the game of basketball beautiful. More than just a sport, Kobe made the game about morals and life principles. His life was an embodiment of the epitome of discipline and work. However, he didn’t just do everything for himself.
He even believed in sharing his knowledge so that he can help others improve. A true sign of an outstanding leader. Therefore, a lot of basketball players who were inspired by Kobe even today remember him through his impact on their life. WNBA Star Chelsea Gray revealed her opinion that she feels Kobe had the habit to summarize his advice in a very impactful manner.
WNBA Star on her fondest memory with Kobe Bryant
In her conversation with Draymond Green and Too $hort, WNBA star Chelsea Gray revealed her fondest memory with the Lakers legend Kobe Bryant. She said, “Oh, man, listen, he’ll spit a line to you. And it’ll feel like it’ll change your whole month, change your whole year.”
Gray attended Kobe’s basketball camp a few months before his unfortunate passing. Recalling what Kobe Bryant told her, Gray said, “You always got to evolve your game. Like they could take this away but you got a counter for everything. And a counter for everything is like legit, he wanted to be the best all the time. And I think that kind of just stuck with me.”
January 22, 2014 Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard Kobe Bryant during the first half in a game between the Miami (Fl) Hurricanes and the Duke Blue Devils (Photo by Juan Salas/Icon SMI/Corbis/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
Kobe’s contribution to NBA Basketball
Fans undoubtedly consider Kobe Bryant as one of the top three greatest shooting guards of all time. Most NBA fans would also agree that Bryant‘s contribution to basketball is unparalleled. After Michael Jordan, he became the face of the NBA for a significantly long time. Therefore, his name is always etched into the NBA’s history with a tremendous amount of respect associated with it.
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The ethics and principles that he taught through his life will forever inspire the coming generations, especially of NBA basketball. His name is alongside greats like Wilt Chamberlain, who even posthumously will be regarded as one of the greatest of all time. RIP Legend.