Though he has been snatched away from the world by the cold hands of death, the legacy of late basketball star Kobe Bryant will not be easily forgotten and the city of Los Angeles, California plans to name a street after him.
TMZ reports that LA City Officials have started a conversation about honoring the late icon and an insider claims an area might be set in Kobe’s honor, possibly right across the Staples Center where he played for two decades.
Plans have not been made official at the moment but progress is expected by next week.
The LA Lakers are expected to return to the Staples Center on Friday for a match against the Portland Trail Blazers in a game that marks the first team’s first court appearance since Kobe’s death on Sunday.
The team is also planning to honor his daughter Gianni, and the seven others who lost their lives as an investigation into what led to the crash has been launched.
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