When is Kobe Bryant Hall of Fame?
When is Kobe Bryant's Hall of Fame induction ceremony? The Hall of Fame induction ceremony for Kobe Bryant and the 2020 class will take place on Saturday, May 15 at the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass. The event was originally scheduled for Aug. 29 but was moved because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Sporting NewsHow to watch Kobe Bryant, Kevin Garnett, Tim Duncan's induction into Basketball Hall of Fame
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Kobe Bryant will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2020 this weekend. ... This will be the presentation of the Hall of Fame rings and jackets to the Class of 2020. Los Angeles TimesWhen is Kobe Bryant's Hall of Fame induction ceremony
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On Sunday, May 16, the Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2021 will be revealed. Here are the finalists. The moment that Kobe Bryant fans have been waiting for is almost upon us. On Saturday, the long overdue 2020 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame induction ceremony will take place in Springfield, Massachusetts. NBC Southern CaliforniaBasketball Hall of Fame TV Schedule: Here's How to Watch or Stream Kobe Bryant's Induction Ceremony
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He had 33,643 points in his career, with 60 of them coming in his final game. Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan, now the owner of the NBA's Charlotte Hornets, will induct Bryant into the Hall. Bryant died in a January 2020 helicopter crash. His widow, Vanessa Bryant, will also speak at the ceremony. DeadlineHow To Watch L.A. Laker Kobe Bryant’s Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony
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This year's Basketball Hall of Fame class is incredible from top to bottom, but its three NBA headliners -- Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett -- represent one of the greatest trios of players ever to get inducted together. As a trio, these guys dominated the post-Michael Jordan landscape and propelled professional basketball into the 21st century.
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Natalia Bryant Honors Late Dad Kobe Bryant in a Special Way Before Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony - E! Online
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On Friday, May 14, the 18-year-old attended the Tip-Off Celebration and Awards Gala, a preliminary event, with her mother, Vanessa Bryant. At the ceremony, they were presented with Kobe's posthumous red 2020 Hall of Fame jacket and ring. Vanessa helped put the garment on their daughter while the crowd chanted, "Kobe, Kobe."
Kobe will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame class of 2020 on Saturday, May 15. Michael Jordan is presenting the honor. Other inductees include Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett.
Kobe was a five-time NBA champion with the Los Angeles Lakers and an 18-time NBA All-Star. He retired from the league in 2016.
Kobe and his and Vanessa's 13-year-old daughter Gianna Bryant died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, Calif. in January 2020. Six other passengers and the pilot also perished.
Earlier on Friday, Vanessa and her and Kobe's other surviving daughters, Bianka Bryant, 4, and Capri Bryant, 23 months, visited a special exhibit honoring her late husband.
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Vanessa Bryant puts on her late husband's new Baskeball Hall of Fame jacket on Natalia Bryant after they are presented with it at the Tip-Off Celebration and Awards Gala, a day before his 2020 induction.
"Love you always," Vanessa Bryant captioned an intimate moment shared to Instagram. This portrait of Kobe Bryant is one of many tributes seen in the NBA icon's exhibit at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass.
Dressed in a Mambacita outfit inspired by late sister Gianna Bryant, 23-month-old Capri Bryant poses next to the Los Angeles Laker, who died in a January 2020 helicopter crash that also killed eight others.
Hall of Fame president and chief executive John Doleva told the Los Angeles Times that Vanessa played a role in contributing to the design of the exhibit.
"It's like you're immersing yourself in Kobe's life, but there is this feeling of the future about Kobe," he explained. "It makes you contemplate what could have been."
"Bianka at Daddy's Hall Of Fame exhibit," Vanessa wrote alongside a photo of the 4 year old checking out memorabilia from her dad's historic career.
Kobe's five championship rings from his 20-year career with the Lakers are on display at the exhibit, which opens Sunday, May 16.
Visitors will also be able to watch Kobe's Oscar-winning animated short film, "Dear Basketball." As hall of fame historian Matt Zeysing described to the L.A. Times, "Vanessa really wanted the space partly to be reflective, and so ‘Dear Basketball' brings that part in. She wanted a space for if someone wanted to just reflect for longer than even 30 minutes that they would have the opportunity to do that."
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