Pistons’ PA Announcer Gives Kobe Bryant Grand Intro Before Final Game in Detroit

December 7th, 2015 by Kyle Newport Leave a reply »

Kobe Bryant played his final game at the Palace of Auburn Hills on Sunday. Giving the Los Angeles Lakers legend the respect he has earned, the Detroit Pistons' public address announcer introduced the Black Mamba in great fashion.

The announcer took the time to list the most notable accomplishments of Bryant's 20-year career. With championships, MVP awards, All-Star appearances and much more, the Lakers guard has a long, long, long list of accolades on his resume—and the announcer made sure to include just about every single one.

It's not often that a visiting player gets such a great introduction. However, when a player is as accomplished as Bryant, he is more than deserving of a grand send-off.

Unfortunately for Bryant, he was not able to give the fans in Detroit one final monster performance. The Black Mamba had five points in a 111-91 loss.


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