On April 13, 2016, the legendary player of the Los Angeles Lakers Kobe Bryant bid farewell to the game, because he scored 60 points in the farewell game, so he did not retire at all.
Kobe’s performance in the last game was impressive, highlighting his true state. There is nothing better than scoring 60 points against the Utah Jazz, which makes it the oldest player to date to reach 60 games in a single game (37 years old, 234 days).
The five-time NBA championship basketball player of the Los Angeles Lakers made a total of 50 attempts in the last game. Since 1983, no one has tried a game many times. The Lakers trailed by 10 points in the last two and a half minutes, but Kobe turned the game around with his outstanding performance.