“We are very proud of him”

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It’s been just over two months of the tragic death of basketball legend Kobe Bryant, who lost his life with his daughter Gianna, age 13, in a helicopter accident on January 26.

Now the basketball world has wanted to pay homage to his figure by electing him as a new member of the Hall of Fame Basketball. This recognition has made that his widow, Vanessa Bryant and their eldest Nataliaof 17 years, have been granted the first interview since they died, he and his daughter Gigi.

The conversation was with the sports channel ESPN, where Vanessa could not help but get excited and express the immense pride he feels because Kobe has entered into this elite club where you are also other basketball stars.

“It is the peak of his career in the NBA. It is an achievement and an incredible honor, we are incredibly proud of him,” said Vanessa, while she was sitting at the side of his daughter Natalia. “Obviously, we would like that you were here with us to celebrate it”, he added excited during the video call with the program.

In the last days the followers of the deceased player have been a great surprise to see that his profile of Instagram has become to the activity.

A few days ago, published in the profile of Kobe a promotional image of The Wizenard Series: Season Onethe continuation of the book The Wizenard Series: Training Camp, a book written by the player next to the screenwriter, Wesley King.

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