Kobe Bryant addressed the fans in attendance at the Staples Center for one last time.

By SI Wire
April 13, 2016

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Kobe Bryant addressed fans in attendance at the Staples Center at the end of Wednesday night’s 101–96 win against the Utah Jazz. Bryant scored a season-high 60 points on 50 shots in the final game of his career.

“I can’t believe how fast 20 years went by,” Bryant said. “It’s crazy. It’s absolutely crazy.”

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Bryant retires after 20 NBA seasons in which he won five NBA titles and was named to 18 All-Star teams.

Watch Bryant give one last speech to the fans:

Bryant finished the game with 60 points.

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Before the game, the Lakers played a video tribute that starred former teammates Shaquille O’Neal and Derek Fisher as well as former coach Phil Jackson.

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