Backstage with Sports Illustrated Kids Reporter Max Bonnstetter

Backstage With Sports Illustrated Kids Reporter Max Bonnstetter

Backstage With Sports Illustrated Kids Reporter Max Bonnstetter

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Backstage With Sports Illustrated Kids Reporter Max Bonnstetter

Thirteen-year-old Max Bonnstetter shares how he became a Sports Illustrated Kids reporter, the one question he wishes he could have asked Kobe Bryant and who he hopes to interview next.

Backstage With Sports Illustrated Kids Reporter Max Bonnstetter

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Backstage with Sports Illustrated Kids Reporter Max Bonnstetter

29 thoughts on “Backstage with Sports Illustrated Kids Reporter Max Bonnstetter”

  1. i hope 1% that reads this will follow their dreams and never give up. my dream is to be a successful youtuber!

  2. Roses are red,
    And I’m no fraud,
    I’m here early,
    where you at notification SQUAD?!

  3. hersheybar422 What a kid brought up in a higher than middle class family and literally given a half script to bass what he says around that.

  4. Sunny Jang Oh wow. Have you learn’t anything about TV? It shows and tells you what you want to see and hear.

  5. I’m glad he ​talked about Jordan. lots of kids know and wear the the shoes but have no clue about the man

  6. cynical much Alex? even if he’s coached or has a script, his delivery is great and he is likable. Takes talent to be able to report and deliver the news and interview, not many adults even can do it that well. Higher than middle class? Well he had the option then to be a spoilt brat, but he reached a goal instead and seems very humble and excited about life. Can we cheer him on and look at the positives instead of poo-pooing every positive in the media?

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