ESPN will honor the life of basketball legend Kobe Bryant with an encore presentation of the ESPN Films and Spike Lee documentary “Kobe Doin’ Work” which will air today, January 30th.
ESPN says “the documentary is an 84-minute exploration of Kobe Bryant’s work ethic, his in-game mentality and the bluntness that made him a great competitor. Bryant granted filmmaker Spike Lee and 30 cameras unprecedented access to his life for one day during the 2007–08 Los Angeles Lakers season. Kobe: Doin’ Work premiered on ESPN on May 16, 2009.”
You can watch stream ESPN live on Sling TV, Hulu, AT&T TV NOW, YouTube TV, and Vidgo.
The network has been honoring Bryant this week, airing a primetime special Kobe Bryant: The Legend and replaying Bryant’s final NBA game Monday night.
Note: ESPN was originally scheduled to air the women’s college basketball game with Louisville at Notre Dame during this time slot. The game will now be moved to ESPNEWS at 7pm EST. Programming on all other ESPN channels will remain unchanged.
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