Mamba Moments is a new mode in NBA 2K24 that allows players to experience Kobe’s career. The NBA 2K developers recently released more details on Mamba Moments, which includes seven playable Kobe Bryant moments.
NBA 2K24 Mamba Moments
Mamba Moments in NBA 2K24 is like Jordan Challenges mode in NBA 2K but focuses more on Kobe’s career. The mode aims to showcase Kobe’s legacy and highlight some of his most incredible games. This mode will allow players to revisit and recreate seven games from Kobe’s career. Players can expect an immersive and nostalgic experience in Mamba Moments, as it is here that we can relive seven memorable games.
If you own enough NBA 2K24 MT, you can build a player identical to Kobe in this game. This way, we can experience some of Kobe’s glorious moments at Mamba Moments.
7 Playable Kobe Moments in NBA 2K24
Over the past 20 years, Kobe has captivated fans worldwide with his amazing performances. The seven playable Kobe moments in NBA 2K24 will show players some of the most competitive performances from Kobe’s 20-year Hall of Fame career.
2001 Western Conference Finals, Game 4
The GameGame took place during the 2001 Western Conference Finals. The Lakers entered Game 4 with a 3-0 series lead against the Spurs. Kobe had a great game in which he scored 48 points and grabbed 16 rebounds.
The GameGame was one of Kobe’s finest moments, which makes it one of seven playable moments in the NBA 2K24 Mamba Moments mode. This mode allows players to relive and experience iconic games from Kobe Bryant’s career, including this GameGame.
Kobe Sets NBA Three-Point Record
On January 7, 2003, Kobe Bryant set the NBA record for the most made 3-pointers in a single game with 12 made 3-pointers. This achievement is one of the many memorable moments in Kobe Bryant’s career and is included in NBA 2K24’s Mamba Moments mode. Kobe’s 3-point record stood for over a decade until Stephen Curry broke it in 2016 with 13 made 3-pointers in a single game.
The Mentee Faces His Mentor
In the NBA, Kobe Bryant is often called Michael Jordan’s protégé, so this moment is called “The Mentee Faces His Mentor .” At this moment, in NBA 2K24, players can take on the role of Kobe and compete against his mentor in a tournament.
Kobe Erupts for 62 Points in Three Quarters
On December 20, 2005, Kobe Bryant had one of the most memorable performances of his career when he erupted for 62 points in three-quarters of play.
Here are some key details about Kobe’s historic performance:
- Kobe scored 62 points in 33 minutes of play, making 18 of 31 field goals and 22 of 25 free throws.
- He outscored the entire Mavericks team through three-quarters of play, as they had only scored 61 points by that point.
- Kobe’s 62-point performance was the highest point total in the NBA since 1994.
- He did not play in the fourth quarter, as the Lakers had already secured a comfortable lead.
Three-Point Barrage Leads to 65-Point Game
On March 16, 2007, Kobe Bryant delivered an incredible offensive performance, scoring 65 points against the Portland Trail Blazers. The Lakers had been on a seven-game losing streak before this game, making Bryant’s offensive explosion even more crucial in securing the victory. His scoring outburst provided a much-needed boost for the team and helped them snap their losing streak.
2008 Western Conference
The 2008 NBA Western Conference Finals was a best-of-seven series between the Los Angeles Lakers and the San Antonio Spurs. The Lakers won the series 4-1 and advanced to the NBA Finals.
Kobe averaged 29.2 points, 6.0 rebounds, and 5.5 assists per game in the series. In Game 1, he scored 27 points and added 9 rebounds and 5 assists. In Game 4, he scored 17 of his 28 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Lakers to victory.
2010 NBA Finals, Game 7
Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics occurred on June 17, 2010. This Game was the decisive Game 7 of the NBA Finals, where the winner would be crowned the NBA champion. Kobe Bryant led the Lakers with 23 points, 15 rebounds, and 2 assists.