"At first I was trying to figure out, 'What's the biggest market I could get into? How could I make billions of dollars?'" he said. "And I caught myself, I said, '(Expletive), you started playing basketball because you loved it. It wasn't to be a millionaire. It's because you loved playing. So what is it that you love doing?' So I said, 'I love telling stories that move people.' ... Storytelling moves mountains, man. I don't care what it is, or what form you look at — whether you look at it from a religious filter, or whether you look at it through an advertising filter, it does not matter. Whether you look at it from a sports writing perspective, it does not matter. Storytelling shapes the world. Storytelling, for me, is the reason why I'm here today." Kobe Bryant
Muse directed by Gotham Chopra and while creating the documentary with Kobe,
Chopra noticed Kobe's humble nature, which found to be in contrast to his on-court persona of extreme confidence, even cockiness.
“There’s this humility about him off the court, and I think as he looks down the barrel of the gun at the end of his career and the rest of his life, that humility and that curiosity is something that’s really refreshing.”
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