Celebrate Kobe Bryant's five titles with these Kobe Bryant Limited Edition Championship Series Action Figures! The Championship Collector edition features five highly detailed figures depicting Bryant from each one of his championships. Each Bryant figure will come sculpted in various uniforms from the five Finals championships complete with official NBA Finals patches. The figures will also have detailed display bases depicting the results of the correlating NBA Finals series, as well as Bryant's stats. Each highly collectible Kobe Bryant figure is a limited edition of 3,000 pieces and each base will be individually and sequentially numbered. The Championship Series of figures feature Kobe Bryant from the 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009 and 2010 Championships he won with the Los Angeles Lakers. The figures include a scaled Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy. The figures are featured on basketball court sectional bases with Finals results and Bryant's stats and showcased in NBA themed Collector Box packaging . Ages 12 and up.
The NBA Kobe Bryant Limited Edition Championship Series Action Figure Set contains 5 individually packaged figures:
1x Kobe Bryant - NBA Finals 2000 (Home yellow #8 jersey)
1x Kobe Bryant 2001 - (Road purple #8 jersey)
1x Kobe Bryant 2002 - (Road purple #8 jersey)
1x Kobe Bryant 2009 (Road Purple #24 jersey)
1x Kobe Bryant 2010 (Home yellow #24 jersey)
Kobe Bryant became the Lakers all-time leading scorer, scoring 33,643 career points. Bryant became and is the 3rd highest scorer in NBA history and is an 18-time NBA All-Star, four-time NBA All-Star Game MVP, NBA MVP in 2008, and would go on to win two gold medals in the 2008 and 2012 games.
Bryant's legacy, however, will forever be defined by the five NBA Championships he won with the Los Angeles Lakers. Beginning with an impressive three straight championships which saw L.A. defeat the Indiana Pacers in 2000, the Philadelphia 76ers in 2001, and the New Jersey Nets in 2002, Bryant helped restore the once great Lakers dynasty that had not been seen since the "Showtime" era nearly 20 years prior. Bryant would later add two more rings to his fingers when Los Angeles went on to win back-to-back titles, besting the Orlando Magic in 2009 and Boston Celtics in 2010, two series in which Bryant was named NBA Finals MVP.