When thinking about some sports all-time greats there is a small number of names that pop-up immediately for each, for basketball one of those names is of course; Kobe Bryant. Kobe was a legendary player and a fixture in so many people's basketball memories, as well as being an inspiration to many of today's current stars. Kobe made his debut in the right out of high school and throughout his 20 year professional career he was named an All-Star 18 times and won 5 Championships, among many other awards. All of this was accomplished in Los Angeles, the first of his 5 championships coming in 2000 which was the start of mini-dynasty in going back-to-back-to-back. At the time of his retirement he ranked 4th all-time in league scoring. This program from the first championship in 2000 is set in Frameworth's renowned framing, and features an etched matting depicting his name and jersey number at the time as well as an image of Kobe mid-flight for a dunk.