Basquete

Jogadores e celebridades prestam homenagens a Kobe Bryant

Lenda do basquete morreu neste domingo, em acidente de helicóptero

Por Bruno Almeida

(Foto: Reprodução/Instagram)

O ex-jogador e lenda do basquete, Kobe Bryant, morreu neste domingo (26/01), em um acidente de helicóptero na Califórnia. Atletas de diversas modalidades e celebridades homenagearam Kobe, seja em redes sociais, ou em atos dentro de quadra ou campo.

Jogadores como Shaquille O’Neal, que fez uma dupla histórica com Kobe, Dirk Nowitzki, Pau Gasol, Lamar Odom, Dwyane Wade e Joel Embiid postaram homenagens ao atleta, a maioria sem acreditar no ocorrido. Já Trae Young entrou em quada pelo Atlanta Hawks vestindo a camisa número 8. Kyrie Irving, por sua vez, ficou tão devastado com a morte do amigo que pediu para não entrar em quadra na partida contra o Atlanta Hawks.

Na NBA, ao começar o jogo entre Orlando Magic e Los Angeles Clippers, os jogadores deixaram estourar o limite de 24 segundos com a bola e, em seguida o limite de 8 segundos na quadra de defesa, números das camisas que Bryant vestiu na liga pelo Lakers.

Neymar, que estava atuando pelo PSG quando aconteceu o acidente, comemorou o gol de pênalti na vitória sobre o Lille por 2 a 0 fazendo com as mãos o número 24.

O presidente dos Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, e o ex-presidente Barack Obama também homenagearam Kobe nas redes sociais.

Kobe Bryant, despite being one of the truly great basketball players of all time, was just getting started in life. He loved his family so much, and had such strong passion for the future. The loss of his beautiful daughter, Gianna, makes this moment even more devastating. Melania and I send our warmest condolences to Vanessa and the wonderful Bryant family. May God be with you all!

Uma publicação compartilhada por President Donald J. Trump (@realdonaldtrump) em

 

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Earning your respect meant everything. #mambamentality ❤️💔

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Not you!! RIP mamba! thank you for everything you showed and did for the world!! 🙏🙏🙏💔

Uma publicação compartilhada por Luka Doncic (@lukadoncic) em

 

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These picture are just the tip of the iceberg of our relationship. He taught me so many things in life that were necessary on and off the court. On the court he taught me how to carve out defenses and how to take my time. How to make winning my ultimate goal. Off the court he taught me to sign my own checks lol. Of course anyone who knows my story knows I’ve suffered a lot of loss but the only loss I can compare this to is when I lost my son. Even though our relationship wasn’t father/son, it was more like him being a teacher and me being his brother. I’m glad I got to be the ying to your yang as far as the locker room was concerned. It was my pleasure. I couldn’t even catch my breath today when I heard this news. I just knew if he was in a helicopter crash he would have been the one to survive. Somehow he would have jumped out and landed on his feet. I’m sitting here thinking about when we would be in practice scrimmaging and you would start the jump ball off with elbowing Sasha in the chest. Like dude it’s 10:30 in the morning lol. You think watching him play was crazy, you gotta think in practice if you scored like 8-9 buckets throughout the practice you had a great practice. I’ve seen him knock off 13-14 in a row in practice!!!! I’m still waiting for the media to come out and say wrong report. No way God took my brother this early. I know I been through my own stuff in life with using drugs and not being good to myself. When I went through that Coma situation if God would have came to me and said we would take me and spare Kobe I would have rather that happened. In honor of my brother I’m up at 4am tomorrow to get to the gym! Gigi gone give you buckets!!!! I love you brother 💔🙏🏿😥 @kobebryant

Uma publicação compartilhada por Lamar Odom (@lamarodom) em

 

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That one was for you… Rest Easy Kobe🐍

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Descanse em paz, meu amigo 🙏🏿 😭

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We already miss you my brother RIP 🙏🏼❤️ God Bless you and your family

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I’m struggling to find the words. So I’ll let his speak the loudest.

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Love is forever.

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A POEM FOR KOBE BY LEMON ANDERSEN Let us all gather around And bid our farewells to the Beautiful game of the Black Mamba… For these are the last days Of a legendary fade away, As he Fades away back to Blackness, Let us scatter Purple and Gold roses Along the seas, across the Atlas As our hero takes on his final journey and Fades away back to Blackness… Back To the Lower Merion number dripping from his shoulders Glory hanging from the rim rumors spreading of a child’s love for winning While he remained shooting for perfection inside the hollows of an empty gym. Oh, how the critics spread word To and fro of His growing game how his glowing handles will only go so far Yet, all that mattered was his chase for the undying zone Not the stones they threw nor the stats they claimed Not even a nationwide repertoire… Just the chase, The impossible, A relentless will To Fight or Fly to fight through injuries, For the Black mamba believed pain is for the weak, And fear is a Lie, Believed to live in your legend You must be greater than the greatest of all nations To be written in history was not enough Like having his game written as the brightest star amongst the basketball constellations And so he faded Back to mastery remained Focused Always striking with a Venomous sting No matter how loud the rival crowds would yell you can hear the rattle of our Black Mamba from all of his championship rings, All the records shattered and he still picks up the glass All the years have gone And he still remained patiently waiting by the wooden war painted basketball court with his Fangs in the grass Waiting to fade back again one last time Waiting for one last season to strike one last liquid clutch from the silence of the three point line, One last season to leave the heroes journey in a beautiful Bliss as all must eventually go home and fade away back to Blackness.

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Terrible. Muy triste. Mis pensamientos y oraciones contigo y tu familia. Descansa en paz.

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Devastating. Love to all the families of the victims.

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