The final three minutes of Kobe Bryant's last ever NBA game are incredible
NBA legend Kobe Bryant has died at the age of 41 in a helicopter crash, along with nine other people, one of whom was his own daughter, Gianna.
Per Variety, the NBA legend was traveling in his private helicopter, which crashed in Calabasas in the state of California on Sunday morning. He and his daughter were said to on their way to the Mamba Academy for basketball practice in nearby Thousand Oaks when the horrific incident occurred.
Tributes from fans, family, friends, and fellow athletes have poured in, and now a video has emerged on social media which shows Bryant's last ever NBA game.
Take a look at the video of Kobe Bryant's last ever NBA game:
The footage shows the last three minutes of the game between Los Angeles Lakers and Utah Jazz, which show the 41-year-old's sporting skill in a retirement game after 20 seasons in 2016.
The amazing video shows Bryant making a series of complex passes, before scoring twice to bring his team a narrow win at the very last possible opportunity.
With the entire Staples Center crowd standing in excitement, Bryant makes a 3-pointer with only 59 seconds left, and then amazed the crowds yet again when he scored with just 31 seconds to play; managing to put the Lakers ahead by 97-96.
Watch this news report on the tragedy:
A number of people can be seen watching Bryant play, including Academy-Award-winning actor Jack Nicholson, and Kobe's wife Vanessa Bryant and daughters Natalia and Gianna.
Bryant, considered by many to be one of the greatest NBA players in the history of the game, distinguished himself by making 18 All-Star teams during his illustrious 20-year-long career with the Los Angeles Lakers. He was a first-round pick in the 1996 draft, and managed to win five NBA championships, two NBA Finals MVPs; becoming league MVP in 2007-08.