Kobe Bryant is the first NBA player to wear a jersey of his own.

He’s not the first star to wear it.

The NBA jersey has always been the most recognizable piece of sports memorabilia, but it has always required the player to prove they were the first to wear one.

A player’s jersey has a unique history.

It has been worn by NBA players like Michael Jordan, John Stockton, and Michael Jordan Jr., as well as some of the most famous figures in sports history, like Michael Irvin, Dennis Rodman, and Joe DiMaggio.

Each of those players earned their jersey with their own distinct style and color schemes.

But Kobe Bryant and the Lakers have had a unique story.

They are the first team to wear the “D” and “L” on the back of their jerseys, and the first in the league to wear them on the shoulders of the team.

They wore them during the NBA Finals against the Chicago Bulls.

The Lakers had a 4-0 lead when Kobe Bryant scored 27 points and grabbed 16 rebounds.

In the Lakers win over the Bulls, Bryant scored 34 points, grabbing 18 rebounds, and had 11 assists, with seven steals.

Kobe Bryant has had an incredible career.

Since the birth of the NBA in 1978, he has scored at least 30 points in every regular season game in the NBA.

Kobe also has had the most wins in the modern era, having won two titles, two Finals MVP awards, and two NBA championships.

He has also had the fewest points in the history of the game, winning 1,972 career points, just one behind Michael Jordan.

Kobe Bryant has the most career points by a player who has played in more than 1,000 regular season games, with 2,928.

His career averages of 24.6 points, 8.7 rebounds, 6.9 assists, and 3.3 steals are tied for fifth all-time.

Kobe has also been the leading scorer in NBA history, winning MVP awards in 1995 and ’97, averaging over 20 points in each of his five seasons.

For Kobe Bryant, his jersey has represented something special.

“I wore it to the Lakers in the last game and it was a big moment,” he said.

“It meant a lot to me.

It was something I would never forget.

I think that was the first time I felt the love of my teammates and that’s something that I never really experienced.

It’s something I’ll never forget, just like my jersey.”