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There’s no denying that Kobe Bryant is a force to be reckoned with on the basketball court, and undoubtedly one of the most talented players to ever grace the NBA. With this being the last season we have to watch the master at work, it’s only fitting that we look at the enormous impact he’s had on the game.
Back when Bryant was first drafted at age 18, he was the youngest player in the NBA. He started mainly as a bench player, but quickly proved that he was more than average. By age 19, he was the youngest player to start an All Star Game, and went on to win 4 All Star MVP awards. Over the course of his 20 year career, Kobe has racked up a slew of awards and became an NBA superstar, with fans and admirers across the globe.
From humble beginnings to becoming one of the most recognized faces in the NBA, here’s our rendition of the Kobe Bryant “look back”.
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Humans are visual creatures. When we watch a video, we use more than just our eyes to engage with the production. Video triggers all sorts of emotions and thought patterns within our brains, and this type of engagement is satisfying on many different levels. This is why marketers are much more successful spreading the word about their products and services with video than with any other form of marketing. According to Brainshare, the average internet user spends 88 percent more time on a website with video, than without. Video marketing is THE way to reach your target audience. Here’s why:
With the Super Bowl only days away, we decided to create an infographic looking back at the history of the game itself. We look back at the players who have brought their games to new levels on the biggest stage, to the coaches, records set, and interesting trivia surrounding the game. Did you know that 8 million pounds of guacamole is consumed on Superbowl Sunday?