• In this Monday, Aug. 22, 2016, photo provided by the New York Stock Exchange, retired NBA star Kobe Bryant visits the exchange, in New York. Bryant has partnered with Jeff Stibel, an entrepreneur and investor, to form the $100 million venture-capital firm Bryant Stibel, based in Los Angeles. (New York Stock Exchange via AP)

    In this Monday, Aug. 22, 2016, photo provided by the New York Stock Exchange, retired NBA star Kobe Bryant visits the exchange, in New York. Bryant has partnered with Jeff Stibel, an entrepreneur and investor, to form the $100 million venture-capital ... firm Bryant Stibel, based in Los Angeles. (New York Stock Exchange via AP) (The Associated Press)

  • In this Monday, Aug. 22, 2016, photo provided by the New York Stock Exchange, retired NBA star Kobe Bryant, center, rings the opening bell with executives and guests of Bryant Stibel, at the NYSE in New York. Bryant has partnered with Jeff Stibel, an entrepreneur and investor, to form the $100 million venture-capital firm based in Los Angeles. (New York Stock Exchange via AP)

    In this Monday, Aug. 22, 2016, photo provided by the New York Stock Exchange, retired NBA star Kobe Bryant, center, rings the opening bell with executives and guests of Bryant Stibel, at the NYSE in New York. Bryant has partnered with Jeff Stibel, an ... entrepreneur and investor, to form the $100 million venture-capital firm based in Los Angeles. (New York Stock Exchange via AP) (The Associated Press)

Kobe Bryant starts $100 million investment fund

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Retired NBA star Kobe Bryant is moving to Wall Street, announcing the formation of a $100 million venture capital fund to invest in media, technology and data companies.

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The fund, known as Bryant Stibel, is being co-managed by investor Jeff Stibel.

Bryant Stibel has already made investments in 15 companies, including LegalZoom and home juicing company Juicero, according to their website. The firm was founded in 2013, but is going public now with the retirement of Bryant from the Lakers.

Bryant earned roughly $680 million in salary and endorsements during his 18-year career, according to Forbes, and has been in the process of transition from athlete to businessman. Bryant created a company in 2014 called Kobe Inc. to help handle his image.