Sources: Kobe Bryant, daughter Gianna die in helicopter crash
Lakers legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna have died in a helicopter crash in California, sources confirmed to ESPN.
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Kobe Bryant, 13-year-old daughter die in helicopter crash
Basketball legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter have died after a helicopter crash near Los Angeles killed all nine people on board.
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Kobe Bryant, daughter among 9 dead in helicopter crash in Southern California
Five people have died in a helicopter crash in the wealthy Southern California residential neighborhood of Calabasas.
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The NBA world mourns the death of Kobe Bryant
The NBA and sports worlds shared their condolences after the death of the Lakers legend at age 41.
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Tennis community pays tribute to Kobe Bryant, one of world's 'greatest sportsmen'
Tennis stars from Rafael Nadal to Martina Navratilova paid tribute to Kobe Bryant on Monday after the NBA legend and his daughter Gianna were among several people killed in a helicopter crash in California.
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Kobe and Gianna Bryant: Fresno reacts to tragic death
But to keep the Lakers star's memory alive, employees went into storage and brought out old collectibles to honor the late basketball player.