“When Kobe Bryant died, a piece of me died.” – Michael Jordan | CBS Sports

“When Kobe Bryant died, a piece of me died.” – Michael Jordan | CBS Sports

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Michael Jordan spoke at the memorial for fellow NBA great Kobe Bryant in Los Angeles. He compared their bond to a brotherhood in a tearful tribute to the late Lakers legend.

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    Enough to make me shed a tear. Kobe was kind of like his little brother how he would go in his closet and totally geek out about his clothes and stuff and call him up at two in the morning to talk about footwork. Rest in peace Kobe, Giana, and Everyone else on that helicopter.

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    He grew up playing basketball. He worked his til off in high school . He could have gone to college but he'd worked to hard for an extra year. He helped take his team to the payoff while not getting the attention he deserved. Then, in then in the playoffs, he air ball multiple three's for the win. So he worked some more. Then in his second season, he took a jump in his stats and wins. But they still lost. So the worked some more. He lost again. Then he took the weight of being one of the men on a team that had to change their style of play to play for a coach with a weight on his shoulders nobody else had. So he worked some more. The next few years, he won 3 championships and made the all star game multiple times. So he worked some more. He made some mistakes with teammates and woman. So he worked some more. He worked and worked and became one of the most loved and greatest players of all time. He's now left us with two lessons. Never give up, and never give up. Remember those.

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    I understand what Michael suffers, I lost the dearest person in my family "my dad". When he passed away, I was 11 years-old, so imagine what was it like to face a relative's loss for a 11-years-old kid, I remember the last movie we watched was Gladiator, so through that film he talked me about life. Something similar happens to Michael, I guess Kobe and him spent nice times together, now Kobe died, he misses him so much, so that's why I empathize Michael's pain and suffering.

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    Michael Jordan he didn't even knowledge his father/ mother/ FAMILY. His parents give birth to him… His Dad taught him about basketball.. Vanessa didn't have any of his pictures
    from his parents to show from his childhood.. SMH.. Just spikeful. She put everyone above his parents VERY ๐Ÿ˜ฅ.. SHAME ON YOU MICHAEL.. HAT'S OFF TWO YOU Shaq..knowledge his father/ mother /family..

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