Kobe Bryant has a shirt jacket that helped him win the title in 2011.
That jacket was the only thing that helped the Los Angeles Lakers win it all.
“It’s the shirt that was the biggest thing for me to win the championship,” Bryant told ESPN on Friday.
“That was the shirt I had for a long time.
I was so proud to wear it, because I knew what it meant to me.
When you wear a shirt like that, you don’t get a lot of credit.”
Bryant was born in Japan in 1965, but moved to the United States at a young age.
The Laker’s father was a Japanese-American who served in the United Nations and Kobe has been a fan of Japanese sports for years.
“When I was little, I always thought that I wanted to be Japanese.
I always wanted to go to Japan,” Bryant said.
“I think my parents just told me to think of the country.
So I was born here, and that’s what I always felt.
And when I was 14, I was like, ‘Oh, this is cool.
I want to go there.'”
I was always interested in Japanese culture, and I would just go to Japanese concerts and stuff like that.
It’s been my dream since I was a little kid to go back and do that.
“After winning his first championship in the NBA with the Los Angles Lakers in 1996, Bryant’s career took off and he was voted into the Hall of Fame in 2000.
He’s since won two more championships with the Lakers and will play in the All-Star Game in 2019.
While his shirt was instrumental in his win, Bryant has also said that the shirt jacket was one of his biggest contributions to the team.”
I would always wear that shirt because I think it’s a great way to represent Kobe Bryant.
It helps him when he is on the court, because he wears the shirt, but he also has his back,” said Bryant, who also wore the jacket in his MVP MVP award win over the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2010.”
You can’t be proud of a shirt, you have to wear the shirt.
And so it helped a lot for me.
The shirt was just a great accessory.
It was a great opportunity for me and my teammates to wear.