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Lakers To Honor Kobe Bryant In A Big Way
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12 Sep 2017 07:00 PM EST

But for all the distinctions Bryant already has to his name, he will reportedly be adding one more to his legacy this season, when he will become the first player in NBA history to have not one, but two numbers retired by one team.
The question of "Which number will the Lakers retire?" had been looming in the heads of basketball fans ever since Bryant announced his retirement. After spending the early years of his career wearing No. 8 and winning three titles with the Lakers, Bryant switched to No. 24 for the latter half of his playing days and continued his league dominance for years.

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