Five scenes that captured the grief about Kobe Bryant's death — Sunday's pain

Tuesday, 28 Jan, 2020

Adeline Beador, Shannon's 15-year-old daughter, thanked Mauser for "always caring about me and being my second mom".

It's one memory of him that I can't stop thinking about.

"She got it", he said. "I teased him...and I offered him a basketball and asked him if he wanted me to autograph it for him", Nicholson said of the encounter at Madison Square Garden.

According to The Athletic, Gigi watched her father for years and began playing competitive basketball herself. The two fathers apparently attended a school field trip to San Diego together, where they hit it off and became friends.

Bryant is survived by his wife Vanessa, and three daughters, Natalia, Bianca and Capri.

The world is still in shock of the news of Kobe Bryant's passing yesterday. "I was sitting in traffic and I wound up missing like a school play because I was sitting in traffic", Kobe said in the interview at the time. It's a nightmare. I know you're all feeling the same way about such a great leader, a great champion, a great person.

Wendy concluded by praising strong Kobe's worth ethic. That will still be the case, but Bryant's death will add a very somber note to the proceedings.

NTSB member Jennifer Homendy said: "Our team will be looking at the history of the pilot and whatever crew was on board".

"It seems like a bad dream that you just want to wake up from".

It was 2013, and Juwan Howard had just transitioned from National Basketball Association player to coach. Oakley played 19 seasons in the league, eight of which were against Kobe.

His fellow Fast and Furious co-star Dwayne Johnson shared a picture of Bryant with his daughter Gianna, simply captioning it "Love is forever", whilst director Robert Rodriguez posted a photo of himself with Kobe during the making of his short film Black Mamba.

"You can walk into a local gym at any time and see kids trying to copy Kobe's signature turn-around, fade away jumper calling 'Kobe!' and hoping for nothing but net".

John Altobelli - the baseball coach at Orange Coast College - his wife, Keri, and his daughter, Alyssa, were also killed in the crash.

U.S. federal authorities are now investigating if whether a unsafe amount of fog contributed to the fatal crash.

The cause of the crash remains unclear, but the Weather Channel reports there was fog in the area at the time of the crash.