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Chris Bosh Shares Emotional Post Remembering Kobe Bryant: ‘I’m Devastated’
- Updated: August 23, 2020
…or about what the girls are up too, or about what it was like when you dropped 81 on my Raptors 🤦🏿♂️. Back then I was embarrassed about that moment, but now I’m just grateful that I got to witness the greatness that up close. pic.twitter.com/8zjVEVTWzJ
Bryant tragically passed away earlier this year in a helicopter crash.
Bosh was a beneficiary of that, as he, James and Wade won back-to-back titles in 2012 and 2013.
Bryant was one of the most beloved players in the history of the NBA. A Hall of Famer and 18-time All-Star, Bryant played his entire career with the Los Angeles Lakers, winning five NBA titles.
In his final game, which came during the 2015-16 season, Bryant shocked the NBA one more time, scoring an incredible 60 points.
After he retired, Bryant became an Oscar and Sports Emmy winner for his short film “Dear Basketball.”
Bryant was survived by his wife, Vanessa, and three other children.