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'We're all breathing, hurt and heartbroken' - Lakers honour Kobe Bryant

WorldNews Saturday, 1 February 2020
'We're all breathing, hurt and heartbroken' - Lakers honour Kobe BryantThe Mamba Mentality was alive and well at Staples Centre as the Los Angeles Lakers paid tribute to former player Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna before Friday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers. Thousands of fans paid their respects...
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News video: Kobe Bryant Memorial Outside of Staples Center Being Taken Down with Some Items Going to His Family

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A massive memorial created by the public outside Staples Center after the death of former Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant was being dismantled Monday, with an official saying some of the items would go to Bryant`s widow and other family members.

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