NBA Legend KObe Bryant And His Daughter Gigi Die In Helicopter Crash


Former Los Angeles Lakers legendary player Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash on Sunday in Calabasas, California. This tragic news has been reported by several media, including the American media network TMZ. The nine people who were in the helicopter, lost their lives in the accident, including one of the 41-year-old's four daughters, Gianna, 13.

During his 20-year of career, Bryant has won five Larry O’Brien Trophies, two Most Valuable Player Trophies in the Final Series and was the Most Valuable Player in the NBA in 2008. His numbers (8 and 24) had been removed from the heights of the Staples Center by the Lakers. "Black Mamba" was third in the NBA top scorers with 33,643 points, but was outscored by LeBron James on Saturday. His latest Tweet is also about James' achievement.

The former NBA star was one of a group of players who could enter the basketball hall of fame in 2020. Elected officials will be announced at the end of March Madness, featuring the best college basketball teams in the USA.

Kobe Bryant has not only been the face of the Lakers, but of Los Angeles as a whole throughout his career. Several thousand fans gathered outside the Staples Center, home of the Lakers, to honor the memory of their idol. The star player's former teammates also shared their feelings on social media.

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