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Kobe Bryant: The Most Important Thing In Life
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Kobe Bryant: The Most Important Thing In Life

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"My name is Kobe Bryant, I'm 17 years old. I have the hunger, the motivation and the desire to be the best possible basketball player that I could be.


He worked day and night every day for years and years and years and years and years. As time went on, 20 years had passed and he felt that he had accomplished all that he set out to accomplish but what he come to realize is that the goal that he set out initially to become the greatest of all time was a very fickle one. When he realized that the most important thing in life is how your career moves and touches those around you and how it carries forward to the next generation, that he realized that's what makes true greatness."

- Kobe Bryant

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