Kobe Bryant Says Championships Don't Drive Him, Reveals He Only Uses 2 Moves

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistSeptember 4, 2014

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Most people assume that Kobe Bryant is driven by winning championships, but that apparently isn't the case. 

Bryant has helped the Los Angeles Lakers win five championships in his 18-year career, and he is known as one of the fiercest competitors in NBA history. However, winning isn't how he defines success.

The Black Mamba shared how he views success in a recent question-and-answer session. His answer may surprise you. 

The 36-year-old also revealed that he only uses two moves, despite the common belief that a player needs a lot of moves. That's a good lesson for young players.

Bryant has had one of the best careers in NBA history, so he knows what he's talking about. 

[Lakers Nation]

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