Kobe Bryant and his passage to immortality: Two years after his painful departure

It still makes us nostalgic to talk about him, knowing that he is no longer with us. The National Basketball Association (NBA) and the world of basketball misses him, the fans too. It’s hard to believe that they have passed two years since we found out that Kobe Bean Bryant had passed away.

It was during the afternoon of Sunday, January 26, 2020the Coronavirus pandemic was in the making, and the portal TMZ released the news that, at first, it was hard to believe where the information came from, but much to our regret, with the passing of the hours it went away confirming the tragedy.

An accident in his helicopter, in the Calabazas sector, California, where Kobe was accompanied by his daughter Gianna Maria Bryantin addition to Alyssa Altobelli, John Altobelli, Keri Altobelli, Payton Chester, Christina Mauser, and Ara Zobayanleft us with the soul in a thread and with a sorrow that to this day, the NBA regrets.

Kobe Bryant: Two years after his painful departure

We can say that he was chosen at number 13 in the first round of the 1996 Draft, which was the youngest player to win the dunk contestwho won five titles with Los Angeles Lakerswho scored 81 points to Toronto Raptorswho went on to immortality with his numbers 8 and 24, who once managed to be the Most valuable Playerand that in his basketball farewell turned him 60 points to Utah Jazz.

But if there is one thing Kobe Bryant will be forever remembered for, it is his Mamba Mentality, that thought that became a doctrine to be followed by several NBA stars and in other areas of life. For this and many other things, is the greatest in historyAnd we will remember it forever.


Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button