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Zosimo Maximo
- Zosimo Maximo is Vice President of Content at STACK Media and a video production specialist. He received an MFA in film and television from the...

The Best Kobe Bryant Nike Commercial You've Never Seen

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Surfacing from the basement of Italian '70s exploitation filmmaker Enzo G. Castellari is a rare Nike short film featuring NBA great Kobe Bryant. Milano Kalibro Kobe tells the story of the epic struggle between law enforcement and a gang of ruthless thieves. Order is restored when the Black Mamba (Bryant) comes onto the scene. Bryant spent several years in Italy as a youth (he is fluent in Italian), while his father, Joe "Jellybean" Bryant played professional basketball for several Italian teams. The film features plenty of big-name Italian athletes, like Alberto Aquilani, Marco Belinelli, Gennaro Gattuso, Claudio Marchisio, Marco Materazzi and Giampaolo Pazzini, and it's easily one of Bryant's best Nike spots.

Source: hypebeast.com

Topics: NIKE | KOBE BRYANT | NEWS
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Zosimo Maximo
- Zosimo Maximo is Vice President of Content at STACK Media and a video production specialist. He received an MFA in film and television from the...

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