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NBA Legend, Kobe Bryant Dead

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BREAKING: Lakers Legend Kobe Bryant Dies In Helicopter Crash


Shocking news from the sports world.

Los Angeels Lakers great Kobe Bryant passed away in a planbe crash, according to TMZ.

“Kobe Bryant died in a helicoper crash in Calabasas Sunday morning … TMZ Sports has confirmed.

Kobe was traveling with at least 3 other people in his private helicopter when it went down. A fire broke out. Emergency personnel responded, but nobody on board survived. 5 people are confirmed dead. We’re told Vanessa Bryant was not among those on board...…..

Edit to Add : ABC NEWS SPEICAL REPORT - 9 people confirmed on board, all deceased and appears Kobe was on board. More news tonight.

Another edit (4:32 pm est)…..one of the other 9 in crash was Kobe's 13 yr old daughter, Gianna.





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Orange Coast College baseball coach John Altobelli, wife and daughter die in helicopter crash with Kobe Bryant

Orange Coast College baseball coach John Altobelli was among the victims of the helicopter crash that also killed former Lakers star Kobe Bryant, OCC assistant coach Ron La Ruffa confirmed Sunday, Jan 26.

Altobelli’s brother Tony, Orange Coast College’s sports information director, told CNN that Altobelli’s wife Keri and daughter Alyssa also were among the crash victims. Alyssa was a club basketball teammate of Bryant’s 13-year-old daugther Gianna Bryant who also was killed in the crash. The other victims have not yet been identified.....




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Kobe will be inducted to HOF 2020.....


Read more : https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7934817/Kobe-Bryant-inducted-Basketball-Hall-Fame-Class-2020.html?ito=social-facebook&fbclid=IwAR1VA1ULTUVlUT8i1XLndADAmHXCSzga_hzW74J_e7wZsu33_7a6soOCpqM&fbclid=IwAR3N3IXH4bmUTJqlmf16llTN39ZbZGpu2u5aq2eek8MCI_xN6u1o2Tdr75o&fbclid=IwAR0qVRcZmEar5_g-s4ksraZcUHMwxb_BlC7GRSGDVYnKOUVbaHZH3hjftIs


Kobe Bryant will be 'inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame with the Class of 2020 as officials waive the customary vote' following his tragic death

Kobe Bryant will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, bypassing the normal election process following the helicopter crash that claimed his and his daughter's lives, as well as seven others, in California on Sunday.

The Athletic's Shams Charania reported the news. When asked to confirm, a spokeswoman for the Hall of Fame provided a statement that did not address whether or not the institution will forego the traditional induction process for Bryant......…...


To be inducted into the Hall of Fame, a player must be retired for three full seasons. Bryant retired in 2016, and would have likely been chosen in April, but officials waived the customary vote...........





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Hated whenever he was against the Grizzles, that's when you knew doodie was about to go down. Dude knew how to play. I'm glad the HOF is waving the 3 seasons and moving forward. RIP Mamba.

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