That's what your GPS will sound like in the future because Kobe Bryant is getting a street named after him right near Staples Center, where he balled out for almost 20 years.
Herb J. Wesson Jr. -- the president of the L.A. City Council -- made the announcement Monday morning (8/24) ... saying the plan is in the works.
"Figueroa St. will soon be Kobe Bryant Blvd. between Olympic & MLK," Wesson said.
In other words, Kobe Bryant Blvd. will essentially stretch from the L.A. Coliseum through USC and go just past Staples Center.
"Kobe’s legacy is bigger than basketball. Kobe Bryant Blvd will be a reminder to everyone, young and old who drive down it, there is no obstacle too big and that with the #Mambamentality," Wesson added ... "Anything is possible."
Kobe Bryant played every single season of his 20-year NBA career with the L.A. Lakers -- but they didn't move to Staples until 1999.