Danish basket-expert: An incomprehensible tragedy

on Sunday night Danish time, the american basketball legend Kobe Bryant died in a helikopterulykke in Calabasas, California. - It is a terrible great loss. It

Danish basket-expert: An incomprehensible tragedy

on Sunday night Danish time, the american basketball legend Kobe Bryant died in a helikopterulykke in Calabasas, California. - It is a terrible great loss. It

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
27 January 2020 Monday 00:00
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Danish basket-expert: An incomprehensible tragedy

on Sunday night Danish time, the american basketball legend Kobe Bryant died in a helikopterulykke in Calabasas, California.

- It is a terrible great loss. It is completely incomprehensible. It is one of the sport's biggest profiles, has passed away. A huge tragedy, says Thomas Fool, one of Denmark's leading basketball experts and host and Commentator at TV 2 SPORT.

Other sport - 26. jan. 2020 - pm. 20:43 Kobe Bryant dead in helicopter crash

- as late as Saturday, he was on everyone's lips, because he was passed over by LeBron at the friendly game against france, says the Kid, who has several times interviewed the master.

- Kobe Bryant and LeBron James are the players that have been compared most with Jordan, says Bilde.

- He was one of basketball history's most winning players. He lifted the NBA to new heights. There was talk about the loner with an incredible vinderinstinkt. He did everything for one club and was a fantastic representative for the sport. Tragic, tragic, fucking sad, says Thomas Bilde.

The button is two-meters high basketball player represented only the Los Angeles Lakers in his incredible career. In the course of his 20-year career, which began in 1996, won Kobe Bryant's five NBA championships. He was 41 years old.

Four passengers in the helicopter were killed also.

A huge tragedy, says Thomas Fool, one of Denmark's leading basketball experts and host and Commentator at TV 2 SPORT.

Other sport - 26. jan. 2020 - pm. 21:03 Basket-legend killed: Stars in shock

It was a big legend, who retired in 2016 for a big ceremony at the Staples Center. Video: SNTV via AP

Updated: 27.01.2020 00:00
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