Kanye West and Lamar Odom were among the many famous attendees at Kobe Bryant‘s last professional basketball game as a Los Angeles Laker.

Kanye West, Lamar Odom Watch Lakers

West and Odom sat close to he action at the Staples Center Wednesday night for the face-off between the Lakers and the Utah Jazz – Bryant’s final game before retirement. Odom, who played with Bryant on the Lakers from 2004 to 2011, had flown his 17-year-old daughter Destiny and 13-year-old son Lamar Jr. in for what’s bound to be a game that will long be remembered in basketball history.

Prior to the game, Odom appeared in a tribute video for Bryant with a message for the NBA star. “It’s your little brother, L.O. Just wanted to tell you I love you,” Odom said in the video. You had a great career. I’m proud to say that I was right there with you. Carpe diem.”

West had taken to Twitter to show his appreciation for Bryant’s impressive career. “At the God’s last game,” West captioned a picture of his ticket.

West also posted a close-up of his golden t-shirt that was emblazoned with, “I Feel Like Kobe.”

The game proved to be worthy of Bryant’s last name, with the Lakers coming from behind to beat the Jazz 101-96 – in no small part due to the 60 points Bryant put on the board.

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