Sports Kobe Bryant saves high school class from taking an exam with a retweet

19:46  19 may  2017
19:46  19 may  2017 Source:   Sportsnet

Kobe Bryant is still clutch, helps student avoid taking final exam

  Kobe Bryant is still clutch, helps student avoid taking final exam Kobe Bryant is still clutch, helps student avoid taking final examThe high school student informed Kobe that an agreement was in place stating that if the former NBA star retweeted a photo, then his class wouldn’t have to take its final exam. The photo showed the teacher and student shaking hands on the agreement.

Kobe Bryant is still as clutch as ever. The five-time NBA Champion put his abilities to the test on Thursday afternoon, this time by helping a high school class that had made a deal with their teacher to avoid taking their final exam . Well, just as long as they received a retweet from the Laker legend.

On Thursday, high school student William Pate took to Twitter in hopes of receiving an assist from the Laker legend, asking him for a retweet in order to get out of a final exam . — Kobe Bryant (@ kobebryant ) May 18, 2017. Bryant retired last year after 20 years with the Los Angeles Lakers.

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Kobe Bryant is still as clutch as ever.

The five-time NBA Champion put his abilities to the test on Thursday afternoon, this time by helping a high school class that had made a deal with their teacher to avoid taking their final exam. Well, just as long as they received a retweet from the Laker legend.

Bryant, like so many times before, came to the rescue while providing his own set of expectations.

Whether the brave individual has an “A” or not might not matter, but it’s safe to think a lot of kids will continue to yell “KOBE” as they chuck their study notes in the trash.

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