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Sports Kobe Bryant tributes: Sports world remembers legend on anniversary of his death

20:10  26 january  2021
20:10  26 january  2021 Source:   usatoday.com

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Tributes continued pouring in from around the world Monday for Kobe Bryant , an American icon Our lights will shine in purple and gold this evening as we pay tribute to basketball legend Kobe Kobe Bryant was the greatest Laker of all time, CBS Sports analyst Wally Szczerbiak said on CBSN

Bryant ’s death at the age of 41 sparked countless tributes , remembrances, and stories about the five-time NBA champion Two days before the one-year anniversary of that tragedy, ESPN is honoring the legacy of the NBA legend with Shaq remembers late friend Kobe Bryant a year after his death .

One year ago today, the world lost Kobe Bryant, his daughter, Gianna, and seven others in a helicopter crash. On the anniversary of Bryant's passing, sports figures are paying tribute to the Lakers legend and offering their condolences again to the Bryant family.

A photo of Kobe Bryant taken on Jan. 17, 2020 - just days before his shocking death. © Harrison Hill, USA TODAY A photo of Kobe Bryant taken on Jan. 17, 2020 - just days before his shocking death.

Lakers legend Magic Johnson tweeted, "Kobe will always be my (Lakers) brother for life."

Johnson added: "Thank you God for allowing me enjoy Kobe Bryant for 20 years as a great basketball player, athlete, husband, father, philanthropist, mentor & teacher of the game to many men & women of all ages, best friend to Rob Pelinka, & brother to @jeaniebuss."

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TOMORROW marks the one year annivesary of Kobe Bryant 's tragic death . Over the next 24 hours we can expect tributes from many of the biggest names in sport and entertainment as While fans across the world are marking the first anniversary of the death of Kobe Bryant and Gianna, the Los

LeBron James reflects on Kobe Bryant 's legacy, with the one-year anniversary of his death on many people's minds; the Lakers forward, who LeBron James has reflected on the time since the death of Kobe Bryant a year ago, saying: "There's a lot of things that die in this world , but legends never die."

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Women's tennis legend Billie Jean King tweeted, "Kobe was a champion of basketball, but also of women’s sports. He was the ultimate #GirlDad."

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Kyrie Irving is honoring the late Kobe Bryant before taking the court Monday night wearing the Lakers legend 's iconic #8 jersey ahead of the The players may decide to pay homage to Kobe , but teams and the NBA reportedly will not officially address the anniversary per the family's request

It's been 365 days since Kobe Bryant tragically passed away but Byron Scott's still nowhere close to moving on -- telling TMZ Sports , "I still The NBA world has paid homage to the legend in nearly every way since the wreck -- with stars like LeBron James and Anthony Davis getting Kobe tribute

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In Los Angeles, murals are painted in tribute to basketball legend Kobe Bryant , who died a year ago with his daughter, Gianna Bryant , in a helicopter crash in California.

For many years, Kobe Bryant was Michael Jordan's, the Chicago Bulls legend told a packed The world said goodbye to Kobe and Gianna Bryant in an emotional and star-studded celebration of their When "the uncoachable one" approached Auriemma for tips on coaching his daughter and her

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Newest Toronto Argonaut Martavis Bryant feels he still has a lot left in the tank

  Newest Toronto Argonaut Martavis Bryant feels he still has a lot left in the tank At age 29, Martavis Bryant believes he still has plenty of football left in him. The former NFL star signed with the Toronto Argonauts on Monday through the 2022 season, following multiple suspensions for substance abuse violations. Out of football since 2018, the six-foot-four, 210-pound former Clemson receiver is anxious to resume his pro career in Canada. "It's just a new start for me, a new beginning," Bryant said during a telephone interview. "I still have a lot of ball in me. "I still want to play and still have a lot left on the table.

Newest Toronto Argonaut Martavis Bryant feels he still has a lot left in the tank

  Newest Toronto Argonaut Martavis Bryant feels he still has a lot left in the tank At age 29, Martavis Bryant believes he still has plenty of football left in him. The former NFL star signed with the Toronto Argonauts on Monday through the 2022 season, following multiple suspensions for substance abuse violations. Out of football since 2018, the six-foot-four, 210-pound former Clemson receiver is anxious to resume his pro career in Canada. "It's just a new start for me, a new beginning," Bryant said during a telephone interview. "I still have a lot of ball in me. "I still want to play and still have a lot left on the table.

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Newest Toronto Argonaut Martavis Bryant feels he still has a lot left in the tank .
At age 29, Martavis Bryant believes he still has plenty of football left in him. The former NFL star signed with the Toronto Argonauts on Monday through the 2022 season, following multiple suspensions for substance abuse violations. Out of football since 2018, the six-foot-four, 210-pound former Clemson receiver is anxious to resume his pro career in Canada. "It's just a new start for me, a new beginning," Bryant said during a telephone interview. "I still have a lot of ball in me. "I still want to play and still have a lot left on the table.

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