Kobe Bryant Jumps an Aston Martin: Real or Fake?As the video begins, Kobe holds up his newest signature shoe, the Nike Hyperdunks. Bryant then laces up his sneakers while teammate Ronny Turiaf tells him that what he's about to do isn't a good idea. "Don't worry, I got this. Come on, bring it down!" shouts a confident Kobe. Then it happens. A silver Aston Martin then comes flying onto the screen at fifty miles per hour and Bryant jumps. He lets out a roar and completely clears the car. "I told you!" he yells to Turiaf, "March 31, 2008, baby! That is how you jump over an Aston Martin boy, that's how you do it. Hyperdunks!" The video has been slowed down, freeze framed, and analyzed by many people and nobody seems to have any evidence that the stunt is fake.
Kobe Bryant Jumps Over Speeding Aston Martin
A new video just released that’s currently appearing on ESPN SportsCenter shows Lakers guard Kobe Bryant jumping over a speeding Aston Martin. Not sure what to make of it, but like a few people on Digg said… if it is real, the Lakers probably aren’t too happy about it. Chances are it’s not real and just a hoax to promote his new shoe
Nike Hyperdunk goes hyper-viral with Kobe Bryant/Aston Martin "stunt"Nike has unveiled its new Hyperdunk basketball shoe, which is endorsed by Kobe and will go on sale this July. To help ramp up awareness, the company filmed a new viral video in which Kobe shows off the new kicks and, in a demonstration of their lightness, wows teammate and observer Ronny Turiaf by jumping over an Aston Martin convertible that's driven directly at him.
About the Video: When an Aston Martin is coming at you at 50 miles per hour, what else can you do
but JUMP! That's what Kobe does, but is it a special effect or is he that talented?