Figure out how you can take a look at Kobe Bryant's animated short "Dear Basketball."

By Khadrice Rollins
March 04, 2018

In April of 2017, Kobe Bryant released the animated short film "Dear Basketball" at the Tribeca Film Festival.

The film was inspired by the poem Bryant wrote abut his retiring from the NBA after the 2015-16 season following 20 seasons with the Lakers. The movie will compete for the Best Animated Short Film award at the 90th Academy Awards March 4.

It was written and narrated by Bryant, directed by Glen Keane and Oscar Award-winning composer John Williams produced the score for the film. The film is about six minutes long and features hand-drawn animation.

You can watch the film on go90.com and you can check out additional content around the film here.

If Kobe's Oscar winner puts you in the mood for some more sports documentaries, head over to SI TV to see other sports docs, movies and original programming, on Amazon platforms. 

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