Kobe Bryant was a prolific force in his High School days before he ultimately reached the NBA and created history. He went to Lower Merion H.S in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was there at that institution where Kobe realized that he had a special talent. Lower Merion had a showcase of Kobe memorabilia that included an autographed jersey and shoes. News recently broke that items were stolen from this historic display. Bryant commented on the unfortunate events and stated that he has intentions on replacing the items that were removed. Check out the full showcase below, and stay tuned for more news regarding the situation.
Thief swipes items from Main Line high school's Kobe Bryant display case. "While the items from the case are not of substantial monetary value, they do have a great deal of sentimental importance," administrators said. "They represent a wonderful time of accomplishment, unity and pride for our school community — the 1996 state championship." http://on.nbc10.com/Z9stqTC
Posted by NBC10 Philadelphia on Monday, February 6, 2017