Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant had a pretty good day on Saturday. The basketball legend not only celebrated his birthday, but the trailer for his Showtime documentary titled “Kobe Bryant’s Muse” was released.
ESPN provided details about the documentary in July:
Bryant gives a peek into his life in a Showtime documentary airing in November. “Kobe Bryant’s Muse” covers much of last season, when Bryant was sidelined and the Lakers finished 27-55, the most losses in club history.
“It’s more introspective,” he said. “It’s about who or what has inspired me.”
It certainly will be interesting to see how Bryant experienced the Lakers’ 2013-14 season. The injured and aging Bryant could only watch the only team he’s ever played for and one of the most successful NBA franchises ever win just 27 games.
Surely, there were also be an inside look into Bryant’s mindset as he comes to grips with the fact that his body is deteriorating and he’s not the same athletic superstar that he once was. Kobe has shown a comfortably in speaking about the nearing end of his basketball career in recent years and seeing such talk in a documentary setting should be gripping.
The documentary is set to air in November.