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Kobe Bryant's retweet helps entire class get out of final exam

When it comes to passing a class, there isn't anything much more stressful than having to take a final exam at the end of the semester.

That's why one young student recently sought help from someone who made a living off succeeding in high-leverage situations -- former Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant.

Prior to the test, a high school senior in Indiana named William Pate took to Twitter with a long-shot request. A pair of photos that accompanied the tweet showed Pate's teacher shaking on the deal.

With 11.5 million Twitter followers, Bryant receives hundreds of mentions each day -- many of which probably never get read by the future Hall of Famer.

But Thursday was different. The Black Mamba seemingly slithered up out of nowhere and responded to Pate with a retweet and message.

Although Bryant was never known for passing, he really came through with a nice assist on this one.

-- Nick Ostiller
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