Kobe says championships don’t drive him & he only has 2 moves
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During his summer Nike tour in China, 18 year vet Kobe Bryant sat down with a bunch of young ballers and shared his knowledge of the game and opinions on success which might surprise a few people.
“Now here I am with five championships, what the public measures what success is…and that’s ok but that doesn’t drive me. What drives me is continuing to learn which is why I’m still sitting here after 18 years determined to come back next year with a vengeance. It’s because of how I define success not how everybody else does. It’s never about the destination it’s always about the journey. The success to me is the adventure.”
The next shocker came when Kobe broke down his game and explained he only has two moves and “to be unstoppable, you must first be predictable.”
And here’s some footage of Kobe showing off his “predictable” moves in China.