Kobe Bryant Gets His Own NBA Analysis Show on ESPN

Kobe's Coming Back to Your TV Screen

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Kobe Bryant won't be staying out of the proverbial spotlight for very long.

Bryant will serve as the writer and mind behind a new ESPN series, Details, which is billed as a basketball analysis show.

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According to today's press release, viewers will experience Kobe's game observations as if he were one of the players featured in an ESPN game played the night before. As one of this generation's leading basketball minds, Bryant will provide a perspective aimed at helping young athletes, players and coaches see the game in a different way.

The show kicks off in March and is expected to be a pretty big hit.

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Through numerous interviews since his retirement, Bryant has made it clear that he was interested in storytelling from a very young age and only thought of it when he had to think about life after basketball.

Detail will have 15 episodes in its first season, concluding in June with Kobe discussing how the NBA Finals turn out.

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As for "Details", that show is aimed at fans, current National Basketball Association players and coaches, and is written, produced and hosted by Bryant. Bryant tells ESPN. "I learned how to study film from the best coaches of all time - Phil Jackson and Tex Winter". This season, he has provided short packages to ESPN called MuseCage Basketball Network aka MBN, which has aired two of its 10-episode commitment so far this season.

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