LOS ANGELES, CA – The last time #NBA legend #KobeBryant stepped onto a professional hardwood, he scored 60 points.
In a recent interview with #CBS, #IceCube expressed how much he loved giving older athletes with drive left in their game the opportunity to play in his #BIG3 basketball league.
Could these two basketball forces be eyeing some sort of synergy agreement?
According to Basketball Society’s #BrandonRobinson a.k.a. #ScoopB, the 5x World Champ will play in Cube’s BIG3 next season. The news reportedly came from league co-founder #JeffKwatinetz during a weekly conference call.
Cube, obviously a longtime #Laker fan, has been attempting to recruit Bryant since his 2016 retirement and it appears he may have finally gotten his wish.
Bryant’s inclusion in the burgeoning BIG3 would work wonders for the fan draw. As the NBA’s third-leading all-time scorer, 2008 NBA MVP, 18-time All-Star (4 All-Star MVP’s) and 2-time NBA Finals MVP to go along with the five rings, it goes without saying that arenas would pack out to see if #24 still has the juice.