Kobe Bryant 2020 Documentary trailer has been released, with ‘The Final Ring’ docuseries scheduled to air from the 5th of July.
Kobe Bryant won 5 championships during his 20-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers. The NBA icon always placed his fifth championship above the rest. Bryant and his Lakers defeated the Celtics in the rematch from the 2008 finals and were looking to avenge the loss they suffered back then.
Kobe Bryant 2020 Documentary trailer
The trailer was released earlier today and it featured the Black Mamba doing what he does best. The docu-series will feature interviews of several Lakers players of that title winning team.
The trailer indicated the team’s quest for back-to-back titles and the incredible finals’ series against their arch-nemesis Celtics. The docu-series will cover the entire championship campaign and will be a great tribute to one of the greatest players to ever play the game.
Where and when will the Kobe Bryant documentary stream?
Clutchpoints’ are celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the historic series and will air this series as a tribute to the Lakers superstar. The series is titled “The Final Ring: Kobe & The Lakers’ 2010 Title”. Two episodes will be released every week starting from July 5th.
The following are the dates for the release of each episode:
Episode 1 – Metta World Peace – July 5th
Episode 2 – Lebron James – July 8th
Episode 3 – Celtics(Part 1) – July 12th.
Episode 4 – Pau Gasol – July 15th.
Episode 5 – Lamar Odom – July 19th.
Episode 6 – Phil Jackson – July 22nd.
Episode 7 – Celtics(Part 2) – July 26th.
Episode 9 – Remembering Kobe(Finale) – July 29th.
The eight-part Kobe Bryant documentary called ‘Mamba Out’ will debut July 5th. 👀 pic.twitter.com/VgxXYtZcS1
— Major Sports Alerts (@sports___alerts) July 1, 2020
Is it similar to the Last Dance featuring Michael Jordan and the Bulls?
The series surely seems inspired from the success of the Last Dance featuring Bryant’s friend and mentor Michael Jordan. The significance of the 2010 title is enormous as it placed the Lakers icon in the GOAT conversation alongside his mentor.
The last dance has been one of the best sports-documentaries to be ever made and it dvelved deep into the minds of the great assassin.
— Lakers Nation (@LakersNation) July 2, 2020
Fans will hope for a similar experience from the Final Ring as it would demonstrate the athlete who was famous for his work ethic. The series will feature interviews from Kobe’s teammates like Pau Gasol, Metta World Peace, Derek Fisher, and others from the championship winning team.
Kobe was in stupendous form that season as he made six game-winning shots including the iconic buzzer beater against Miami Heat. The Lakers icon also won his second consecutive Finals MVP that season. The docu-series would also delight the fans who still have to wait for a month for the NBA to restart.