Breaking News

NBA legend, Kobe Bryant's Hall of Fame induction ceremony pushed to 2021 due to Coronavirus pandemic

The induction into the basketball hall of fame of late Kobe Bryant has reportedly been shifted to 2021 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The basketball legend, Bryant, 41, had died with his daughter Gianna and 8 others in a helicopter crash early January, he was to be inducted into the Massachusetts based Naismith basketball hall of fame, he and five others which includes Kevin Garnett and Tim Duncan on August 29th.

The chairman of the Basketball Hall of Fame, Jerry Colangelo had told the ESPN that they were definitely canceling it, and that the committee will meet in a few more weeks to look at options of how, where and when it will hold. 

Kobe Bryant was an 18 time NBS all-star, a three time NBA finals MVP and a five time NBA champion in a the two decade of his career with the Los Angeles Lakers before he retired in 2016.

No comments