Apr 14, 2016 10:14 AM EDT

LA Lakers Star Kobe Bryant Bids the NBA World , Last Game Gives Verizon Higher Profits?

It stands out that the world has finally seen the last epic play of LA Lakers Star Kobe Bryant. Along with that, it was noted that during his game, many companies have benefited from his larger-than-life game and among those firms is Verizon.

It has been reported by the New York Times that the last game of Kobe Bryant has brought forth much revenues and memories. Even for the Golden State is playing for history as it plays for the last time alongside Kobe Bryant on court.

It was reported that Kobe Bryant is a five-time champion with the Los Angeles Lakers, and even in his finale Bryant will still be reaching milestones as Bryant will cap his career with a 25.0 scoring average (24.95, rounding up, technically). And the first free throw he shoots Wednesday will be the 10,000th of his career, something only four other players have done."

It is indeed outright to see Bryant play for the last time and even firms and stages have shared in the profits as well. Even Verizon center took the bait and garnered a sold-out game, as noted by the Washington Post.

It goes without saying that as Bryant bids the world of basketball and NBA goodbye, he is not bidding farewell to making profits on his own. Bryant was noted to have made investments outside of NBA. To prove the latter, a report published by Jobs & Hire specified Bryant's investments.

Kobe Bryant was noted to be in a partnership with Swiss Watchmaker, Nubeo, the company that made Bryant's own line of luxury watches named as the Black Mamba Collection. Also, having stakes in the Nintendo video game series and the signature shoes with Nike.

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