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Tell us: After 20 years in L.A., what does Kobe Bryant mean to you?

Kobe Bryant high-fives fans as he walks off the court for the last time in Phoenix after a game against the Suns on March 23.

Kobe Bryant high-fives fans as he walks off the court for the last time in Phoenix after a game against the Suns on March 23.

(Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)

Kobe Bryant has had a Hall of Fame career with the Lakers, but he's also been one of the game's most divisive figures. For all the joy he's created for Lakers fans, he's incited just as much rage from opposing fans over the years.

Over 20 seasons, Bryant won five NBA titles, was the most valuable player of the NBA Finals (twice), has been the regular season MVP and was voted an All-Star 18 times.

As he gets set to play his final game on April 13, we'd like to know what Kobe Bryant has meant to you. Good or bad.

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