Delayed by 8 months due to the pandemic, perhaps the largest 2020 generation in history was finally inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame at the awards ceremony held in Springfield last night.
Her flagship stores are Kevin Garnett, Tim Duncan and the late Kobe Bryant (Kevin Garnett), Tim Duncan and the late Kobe Bryant (Ken Garnett). ) Three legends that ravaged the NBA from the mid-1990s to the last decade.
On an emotional night, when Vanessa Bryant performed on stage accompanied by Kobe’s idol and mentor Michael Jordan, the greatest emotion remained until the end.
“I have always avoided praising my husband publicly because I think he has enough support from fans and someone has to bring him back to reality. I am sure he is now laughing in heaven because I only praise him in public. His achievement was carried out on one of the most public stages. She is still winning, “When Jordan stood by her, Vanessa jokingly started a 13-minute speech, and she tried hard to hold back her tears.
She recalled how Kobe learned to play with his left hand and shoot with his right hand when he was injured in the middle of the season, how to make two free throws with the torn Achilles tendon, and then fell to the floor without any help. Because of those fans who missed a game, they saved tickets for this game, which was the only time they watched the game live.
She reminded him of his mantra, he hoped that every day would be better than before, and among the many incredible basketball achievements after his career ended, he became the first athlete to win an Oscar. She praised the husband, father and father of his daughter Natalia (Gianna) Natalia, and Nianalia died with him in the helicopter crash in Bianca ( Bianca) and Capri (Capri).
“Dear Kobe, thank you for being the best husband and father you should have been. Thank you for growing up and learning from your mistakes. Thank you for always working hard to become better.”
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She recalled his words and ended her emotional, strong and solemn speech.
He once told me, “If you want to bet on someone, bet on yourself.” “I’m glad you bet on yourself. You did it. You are in the Hall of Fame. You are a true champion, not only an MVP, but also history. The greatest player ever. I am proud of you. I will always love you, Kobe Bryant.”
Before Kobe, the turn was the best center ever centered by Tim Duncan, accompanied by former teammate David Robinson. Duncan has always been regarded by the public as a taciturn person. He didn’t say much, but that’s why he made up for his failure to make a public announcement during his 20-year brilliant career on the Springfield stage last night. The reason for all the remarks.
Duncan said: “I will try to overcome it, my life has never been so stressful.” In the 12-minute monologue, he has been faithful to the picture that accompanied him during the game-modesty. He praised all those who have left a mark in his career, and reviewed the transition from swimming to basketball after the hurricane destroyed the only swimming pool on the island, and the various circumstances that led him to leave Wake Forest University. Finally, he left the legendary coach Gregg Popovich (Gregg Popovich).