The most eventful part of the afternoon was when Kobe took aside Nico Salva from the Ateneo Blue Eagles and gave him about 20 minutes worth of personal instruction. He went through part of his daily training routine on offense.
I thought two things Kobe said was worth taking note. First, the attention to details. You have to check film and practice to the extent of where you hold the ball while making your move. It ensures protection from being stripped by placing it at the right place for the duration of the possession. Details on the footsteps for the most efficient way to get the shot off.
Once you've figured out the details, the second is in the repetition. Muscle memory is learned even for the most difficult and spectacular plays. Kobe seems to practice and repeat as many kinds of iterations possible from the basic to the complicated of shots. The repetition also gets you tired enough to know the feeling so that you can adjust to the fatigue during the real game.
Kobe is as good as it gets right now as far as basketball is concerned. It was a pleasure to see him again in the flesh.