Kobe Bryant’s Retirement Post Had 1 Million Clicks In First Two Hours

15755745908_1fc503393e_k When Kobe Bryant decided to share his intentions to retire after this season, his 20th, the way he did it was…different. Even though he did a press conference later that evening, he chose to share the news via Twitter and Facebook. Both posts linked to a heartfelt poem about his career. It was hosted by Derek Jeter’s site The Players’ Tribune and the site immediately… Read More

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