LA Laker Kobe Bryant Gets Prints Enshrined at Hollywoodís Graumanís Theatre
NBA all-star Kobe Bryant has received his hand and footprints permanently enshrined at Hollywood's historic Grauman's Chinese Theatre -- home to the world famous Walk of Fame.
Bryant is the first sports figure to have his hands and feet etched into concrete at the landmark, along with some of Hollywood's biggest stars throughout history. Talk show hosts Jimmy Kimmel and George Lopez were both on hand for Saturday's ceremony, as were his wife and two daughters.
Bryant said Friday the possibility was never really something he thought much about. "It’s not something I’ve ever dreamed about or thought about," Bryant said. "It's a great honor. To be next to some of the people I’m going to be next to is pretty cool."
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Former University of Wyoming great Flynn Robinson dies Flynn Robinson, a three-time first-team All-Western Athletic Conference honoree at the University of Wyoming and a member of the 1971-72 NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers, died Thursday in Los Angeles. Robinson, 72, suffered from cancer in recent years.
Former NBA guard Flynn Robinson dies at 72 LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Flynn Robinson, the former NBA guard who played on the Los Angeles Lakers' 1971-72 championship team, has died after a two-year fight with cancer. He was 72.