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Kobe Bryant Launches Web Series About L.A. Homelessness

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Earlier this week, Kobe Bryant offered his friend Steve Blake a ride to the hospital in his helicopter. Bryant's good deeds continue today, albeit on a different scale, with the launch of a series of videos he made about homelessness in Los Angeles entitled "Mission."

The first of the videos was released today and featured the Lakers star taking a stroll down Skid Row and interacting with people living there. It's one of five in the series:

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