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

Retired NBA player Kobe Bryant came to the rescue of a high school class. (Bullit Marquez/AP)

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. 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.

Bryant’s deed also looks like it spread to the timeline of another former MVP in Aaron Rodgers, who decided to help a class get out of an exam of their own.

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