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LeBron James on the 1-year anniversary of Kobe Bryant’s death: “I don’t want to live in the past. I definitely don’t want to live out that day again”

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LeBron James shared his thoughts on the 1-year anniversary of Kobe Bryant’s death, which is approaching (January 26).

James said he doesn’t want to think about this day and only wants to continue Bryant’s legacy.

“I don’t want to live in the past. I definitely don’t want to live out that day again. It’s about always continuing to move forward and continuing to live on his legacy,” James said, via Ryan Ward of Lakers Daily.

Bryant and his daughter Gianna died in a helicopter crash in January 26, 2020.

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Yiannis Bouranis is a 28-year-old sports journalist, with a Master’s degree in Sports Journalism from Sheffield Hallam University. Yiannis is TalkBasket’s Chief Editor and has covered the EuroLeague Final Four (2017 – 2019), the FIBA Basketball World Cup (2019) and the NBA Paris Game (2020) as an accredited journalist.

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