Scene At Kobe's Final Game: Ceballos, Campbell & Rush (Videos)

Numerous former Lakers teammates were in attendance at Kobe Bryant’s final career game, Wednesday night in downtown Los Angeles. was on hand covering the ongoings taking place outside Staples Center and captured original video of three of the now retired players.

1992 slam dunk champion Cedric Ceballos signing autographs. The Southern California product played 11 NBA seasons, three of which with the Lakers, including Kobe’s rookie season of 1996-1997. Ceballos was later traded back to the Suns (his original team) in exchange for Robert Horry, an integral member of LA’s three-peat of the early 2000’s. The now 46-year-old Ceballos averaged 14.3 points and 5.3 rebounds per game for his career.

Former Lakers big man Elden Campbell dropping off his SUV with the valet. Campbell, a Los Angeles native, spent 2.5 seasons as Kobe’s teammate, before being traded to the old Charlotte Hornets, in a package that brought Glen Rice to the Lakers. The now 47-year-old Campbell averaged 10.3 points and 5.9 rebounds during his 15-year NBA career.

Kareem Rush signing autographs near the VIP entrance. Rush spent 2.5 of his 7 NBA seasons as Kobe’s teammate, including during the Lakers loss to the Pistons in the 2004 NBA Finals.  The now 35-year-old Rush averaged 6.4 points a game for his career.

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