Venessa Bryant Shares Heart Touching Instagram Post To Celebrate The Lakers’ Victory. Miami Heat got defeated by The Lakers, and they claimed the franchise’s 17th championship. Kobe Bryant former teammate and friend Pau Gasol honored them after the Lakers won six games. Kobe Bryant along with his daughter and seven other people passed away in a helicopter crash earlier this year. The NBA championship has won by Los Angeles Lakers. The moments were emotional for all team members and the family of Kobe Bryant as he passed away in a helicopter crash this year. The entire team had dedicated the season to Kobe and his daughter Gigi.Image Credit: NYPOST
In January 2020, a helicopter crashed in Calabasas, California, and it’s northwest of downtown Los Angeles. There were nine people on board, including retired professional basketball player Kobe Bryant and his 13-year old daughter Gigi. No one survived the deadly crash. Nothing could be concluded, why the crash had happened as the helicopter wasn’t carrying a flight data recorder or cockpit voice recorder. However, it is mandatory to carry all this equipment with FAA regulations. The pilot’s autopsy didn’t indicate that there are subsequent traces of drugs or alcohol in the pilot’s body. Kobe’s death was a shock for the NBA fans and the family, and everyone was in disbelief that a sudden crash could take the lives of nine people, including Kobe Bryant.
Vanessa Bryant has celebrated the Lakers Championship in Heartfelt Instagram Post. She captioned the post: Go Lakers! Wish Kobe and Gigi were here to see this,” She posted the photo of Kobe Bryant with Lakers General Manager Rob Pelinka. When Lakers won the Game six, the moments were emotional for everyone, and the team dedicated it to Kobe Bryant and his late daughter Gigi. LeBron James and Anthony Davis led the Lakers team to victory. The victory earned James his fourth championship ring, and its Lakers won their 17th championship. It is the Lakers first victory since 2010 when Kobe and Pao won the championship and defeated Boston Celtics.