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Kobe Bryant: Lakers legend drills bounce-in 3-pointer trick shot

By Alex Butler
Kobe Bryant: Lakers legend drills bounce-in 3-pointer trick shot
Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant is introduced before his last game against the Utah Jazz in 2016 at Staples Center in Los Angeles. File photo by Lori Shepler/UPI | License Photo

Oct. 21 (UPI) -- NBA legend Kobe Bryant hit a ridiculous trick shot while participating in a Nike photo shoot.

The 39-year-old visited Paris Saint Germain on Friday and was also the star of a video taken by model Winnie Harlow.

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Bryant stretches before bouncing the basketball from behind the 3-point line. The ball sails through the air before swishing through the net.

"Oooh, hold up. Hold up. Hold up. Oh, Ok," Harlow said excitedly as she watched the shot go in.

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Bryant gave a subtle peace sign after drilling the trick shot. He wrote "lil bit haha," on a retweet of the video saying that he still had 'it.'

"KOBE" ๐Ÿ€๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ

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A post shared by โ™”Winnie Harlowโ™” (@winnieharlow) on

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He also made a shot past the half court line, according to TMZ Sports.

Bryant was at the event with designer Riccardo Tisci, Harlow and Neymar.

"Celebrating basketball & the new NikeLab X RT collection with some friends tonight in Paris. @neymarjr @kobebryant @riccardotisci17 @winnieharlow," Bryant wrote on an Instagram post of the group.

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Bryant also made a post Friday, celebrating his visit with PSG.

"Ici c'est Paris. @nikefootball@psg," he wrote on Instagram.

"I do enjoy coming and watching how some of the best players in the world prepare...and the best organizations in the world prepare," Bryant said in a video for PSG. "What do they do in training? Why do they do it? So I spend a great amount of time asking questions and trying to understand what they do. I've been extremely blown away by what I've seen."

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