Kobe Bryant Documentary 2020: ClutchPoints has released ‘Mamba Out’/Final Ring docuseries on the Lakers legend. Here is where you can watch it.
NBA icon Kobe Bryant and his Lakers had a brilliant run in the 2010 NBA playoffs eventually leading them to back-to-back titles. In order to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the thrilling victory against Celtics in the finals, ClutchPoints are releasing a docu-series on the championship season.
The series is a tribute to the genius of the ‘Black Mamba’ who made six game-winning shots including the iconic buzzer beater against Miami Heat that season.
The first episode titled Metta World Peace was released on July 5th.
Where is the Kobe Bryant Documentary 2020 streaming?
Kobe Bryant always placed his 2010 championship victory above his other 4th title runs. The Lakers won against the Celtics who had defeated them in the 2008 NBA finals.
The docu-series will be available on ClutchPoints’ YouTube, Facebook and Instagram channels. Check out episode 1 of the documentary below:
There is a lot of hype around this docu-series following the worldwide success of ‘The Last Dance’ featuring Michael Jordan and his Chicago Bulls. The documentary revolved around Jordan’s NBA career and the Bulls’ 1998 championship victory which completed their second three-peat in the decade.
When are the remaining episodes releasing?
The episodes will be released on the following dates.
THE OFFICIAL TRAILER IS OUT 🔥
Episode 1 of ‘The Final Ring: Kobe And The Lakers’ 2010 Title’ premieres THIS Sunday at 6PM PST. pic.twitter.com/HvZI3zFfmq
— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) July 2, 2020
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 8 – Remembering Kobe(Finale) – July 29th.
The docu-series will feature interviews of Pau Gasol, Derek Fisher and other teammates from that championship run. Kobe was one of the greatest players to play the game. His fifth ring with the Lakers placed him in the fabled GOAT conversation with his friend and mentor Michael Jordan.
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