Now fans will get a chance to relive some of the greatest moments of Bryant’s final title win with the Los Angeles Lakers with an eight-part documentary titled “Mamba Out.”
Sports media platform ClutchPoints, which produces short, mostly NBA-themed sports videos for release on social media platforms and YouTube, first announced on Twitter that it would be honoring the tenth anniversary of Bryant’s fifth and last NBA championship with the Lakers with an eight-part docuseries.
“Mamba Out” will primarily focus on the NBA Finals series against the Celtics and how Bryant made his way back on top of the NBA heap.
During his own documentary on his life, “Muse,” Bryant didn’t directly mention the case, but he alluded to how it affected him and his family.
As previously reported, on Sunday, Jan. 26, Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianni, and seven others tragically lost their lives after their helicopter crashed in a remote field in Calabasas, California.