Kobe Bryant played his final game in his hometown of Philadelphia on Tuesday night and while the Lakers lost, giving the young 76ers their first win of the season, the NBA legend still felt like his opponents were a little in awe of his presence.

By Extra Mustard
December 02, 2015

Kobe Bryant played his final game in his hometown of Philadelphia on Tuesday night, and while the Lakers lost, giving the young 76ers their first win of the season, the NBA legend still felt like his opponents were a little in awe of his presence.

Following the game, a jovial Bryant told the press corps that Sixers rookie T.J. McConnell let the 20-year vet know he was shocked to be lining up across from him.

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Hopefully 76ers fans enjoyed the show as they paid a high price to gain entry to the Wells Fargo Arena on Tuesday night, with the team raising ticket prices for the five-time NBA champions visit a reported 700%.

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