translated from Spanish: National Basketball League will make minute of silence in honor of Kobe Bryant

The National Basketball League reported on Sunday that there will be a minute’s silence at their games this day in honor of basketball legend Kobe Bryant, who died at the age of 41 when he crashed his private helicopter in Calabasas, Los Angeles, United States.» #LNBChile In memory of a world sports giant, today the DirecTV League by UACh will pay tribute to the passing of Kobe Bryant, an NBA and sport legend in general, who suffered a tragic accident. From Chile, our thoughts for you, Kobe,» the agency wrote on social media. Figures and former stars of the sport have also made the case on social media to fire Bryant, a symbol of the Los Angeles Lakers and one of the greatest players in basketball history.» All the good ones are leaving. So long, legend,» wrote former World Cup star Diego Armando Maradona.» I still can’t believe it,» briefly noted Jamaican athlete Usain Bolt.Team Chile, meanwhile, mentioned that «we add to the deep pain that the world of sport is experiencing by the death of Kobe Bryant, a double Olympic champion and one of the greatest basketball players of all time, who inspired thousands of people around the world.» One of his great Los Angeles Lakers colleagues, Shaquille O’Neal, stated that «there are no words to express the pain I feel for this tragedy.» Another Bryant close man in the Lakers, Spaniard Paul Gasol, wrote «much more than shattered… My big brother. I can’t, I can’t believe it,» he just wrote in English on his official ‘Twitter profile

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