Kobe Bryant takes in the Drew League championship game
Kobe Bryant visited the Drew League on Wednesday to take in the league’s championship game.
The heart of LA and the voice of #TheDrew. @kobebryant in the building. pic.twitter.com/Z524Ws82tU — Nike Los Angeles (@NikeLA) August 21, 2013
Hank’s A1 All-Stars defeated the Kings of LA, 104-99. Clippers center Ryan Hollins contributed 17 points and 10 rebounds for the winning team.
Established in 1973 by Alvin Wills, a number of Lakers (past and present) have participated through the years including Bryant, Byron Scott, Michael Cooper, Trevor Ariza, Nick Young and Metta World Peace.
Bryant scored 45 points in a Drew League game in August 2011.
Bryant wasn’t able to participate this summer, still working his way back from surgery to repair a torn Achilles tendon.
He still caused a stir when he arrived at King-Drew Magnet High School in Los Angeles.
#InstaVid of @kobebryant arriving at #TheDrew tonight. https://t.co/A2yotdd0lj #FanShots — Drew League (@DrewLeague) August 21, 2013
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