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For Immediate Release:
Forging A Legend
Over 22 Hours of Kobe Bryant High School Game & Interview Footage Most Of Which Has Never Been Seen By The Public
Going Up For Auction On July 23rd
From Profiles in History
Part of Stu Ross Before They Were Pros Collection
Also Includes Game and Interview Footage From LeBron James, Tom Brady, Ryan Braun, Dwyane
Wade, Shaquille O’Neal, Michael Phelps ALL BEFORE THEY WERE PROS!!!
Entire Library Will Be One Lot Estimated at $250,000 - $350,000
 Slam dunk contest following the Donofrio basketball tournament (Conshohocken, PA, 1995)
Los Angeles- DATE, 2020- Profiles in History is proud to announce over 22 hours of Kobe Bryant high school game and interview footage will be going up for auction on July 23rd in Los Angeles.
The Kobe Bryant footage is a part of the media library of award-winning high school sports reporter Stu Ross, from his locally produced, syndicated TV show High School Sports Show. The entire media library covers over 700 of some of the best-known athletes in all major sports and exceeds 130 hours of content, including game, interview and feature footage. The entire library is going up for auction and is
being sold as one lot. Estimated at $250,000 - $350,000.
The Kobe Bryant footage is approximately 60% game and 40% interview footage. The vast majority of this footage has not been seen by the public, since only a portion was once aired and that was to a very limited audience. This presents a spectacular behind-the-scenes look into the basketball prodigy’s early career where he led his high school team, the Lower Merion Aces, to their first state championship in 53 years! The legend of Kobe Bryan was being forged.
Interview in Ardmore, PA following 1996 NBA Draft after being traded to the Lakers
  Lower Merion Aces vs. Roman Catholic Cahillites (Ardmore, PA, 1995)
Kobe Bryant footage is out there, but it’s not for sale, and likely never will be. No one will ever have access to this type of exclusive footage ever again. It’s truly a once-in-a- lifetime opportunity. The value of the footage is even more relevant given the phenomenal recent success of sports documentaries like The Last Dance on ESPN. The new buyer will own the exclusive intellectual property rights, title and interest to the entire digitized “footage” of the Library.

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