Detail, written and hosted by NBA star Kobe Bryant has returned to ESPN+. The first episode is available to stream now and analyzes the performance of Houston Rockets’ James Harden during Friday’s game.
- ESPN has announced the return of the ESPN+ exclusive show, Detail. Written and hosted by NBA champion, Kobe Bryant, this season will feature 15 new episodes
- As the NBA season heads toward the playoffs and critical performances by the league’s most prominent players, Detail, has returned for a new season exclusively on ESPN+
- The unique sports analysis program come from five-time NBA champion Kobe Bryant and ESPN.
- The first new episode is available now and features Bryant breaking down the performance of the Houston Rockets’ MVP candidate James Harden versus the Philadelphia 76ers on Friday.
- Detail, is produced by Bryant’s Granity Studios in collaboration with ESPN.
- Each episode features Bryant’s high-level analysis and insights as he breaks down games and individual performances throughout the NBA, WNBA and college basketball.
- Harden, the NBA’s top scorer this season, had 31 points in the Rockets 107-91 win over the 76ers in Houston on Friday night.
- Bryant shows how Harden reads the Rockets’ fast break, moves without the ball, and evaluates options in the offensive half court.
- Of course, Bryant also shows how Harden puts the ball in the basket.
Detail NFL Season:
- During the NFL season, Detail expanded to include Peyton Manning.
- The legendary quarterback worked in collaboration with NFL Films and Granity Studios to host, write and share his insights through eight regular season episodes and two special episodes leading up to Super Bowl LII.
- Manning, a two-time Super Bowl champion, analyzed game performances of 10 of the league’s starting quarterbacks:
- Josh Rosen (Arizona)
- Matthew Stafford (Detroit)
- Baker Mayfield (Cleveland)
- Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City)
- Eli Manning (N.Y. Giants)
- Deshaun Watson (Texans)
- Andrew Luck (Colts)
- Philip Rivers (L.A. Chargers)
- Tom Brady (New England Patriots)
- Jared Goff (L.A. Rams)