New Yorkers honor NBA legend by renaming a subway stop ‘Kobe Bryant Park’
Subway riders found a creative way to pay tribute to Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant with a makeshift sign at the Bryant Park subway station.
The sign at the 42nd St-Bryant Park Station was plastered with the name “Kobe” over “42nd Street” in order to read: “Kobe Bryant Park.”
The makeshift memorial was just one of many tributes around the country as fans gathered to mourn the star.
Bryant died in a California helicopter crash along with his 13-year-old daughter Gianna.
Also killed in the crash were girls’ basketball coach Christina Mauser, college baseball coach John Altobelli, his daughter Alyssa Altobelli and wife Keri Altobelli.
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