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Kobe Bryant is a hero to most kids but should he be Kobe is one of the most popular players in the NBA Millions of fans love him all over the world He was voted nickelodeon kids choice player of the year But do they have good reason to idolize him Yeah sure he can dazzle you with no look passes unbelievable dunks and jaw dropping shots But has the fame gone to his head This is some background information to better understand Kobe Bryant Kobe was born on August 23 1978 Since the day Kobe was born he has gotten special treatment His father was a NBA player also Kobe was the youngest of three children His childhood consist of traveling city to city with his fathers NBA career He even was in Italy for a while Throughout his early years he went to practices with his father Where he played a great deal of basketball During the summer he attended basketball leagues and camps Which honed his skills and made him a fierce competitor Kobes fame started at an early age While in high school college coaches attended many of his games He led his high school to the state championship and won He was a McDonalds all American high school player Many of the top colleges would of loved for Kobe to grace their halls But there was no college future for him With the talent he possessed many thought he could handle the big leagues of the NBA He posted great stats of thirty points a game ten rebounds and five assists during his high school days Which had professional teams interested Kobe got drafted straight into the NBA At age 18 hes playing for the Los Angeles Lakers He was everywhere on shoes billboards and commercials He had a shoe deal with Nike Not to mention a contract with Sprite to be in their commercials Talk about
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