Vanessa Bryant, the widow of National basketball Association legend Kobe Bryant, posted a touching message about Kobe on father’s Day.
“Happy father’s Day, best dad in the world. We miss you so much. We will always love you. With love, Nani, Gigi, Bibi, Coco and Vanessa, ” Vanessa Bryant wrote on her instagram and attached the hashtags #best of the best and #fatherdev.
Kobe Bryant is a five-time NBA champion with the Los Angeles Lakers. He was twice recognized as the most valuable player of the final series. Bryant died on January 26, 2020. His helicopter crashed into a mountainside near Los Angeles. In addition to the basketball player and his 13-year-old daughter, there were seven other people on Board. They all died.
LeBron James reacted sharply to the closure of polling stations in the United States
NBA star LeBron James, who plays for the Los Angeles Lakers, was dissatisfied with the closing of polling stations in Kentucky, a US state in the South – East of the United States, according to Clutch Points.
James recently suggested that voting in America is “structurally racist” after reports of long lines in predominantly black neighborhoods in Georgia (USA).
According to the publication, LeBron James, along with his business partner Maverick Carter, created a non-profit organization “More than a voice”. The organization seeks to combat voter suppression and increase voter turnout in the black community. James believes that basketball will not prevent him from using his voice and platform for change.
The Lakers superstar is one of the most high-profile individuals to speak out about injustice in America. The issue of racism has become one of the most discussed in the US since the death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old African-American who was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis. Since then, black Lives Matter protests have spread across the country, and several NBA players have taken to the streets to show their support.