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LOOK: Filipinos commemorate Bryant's death in Valenzuela's House of Kobe

MANILA, Philippines – Kobe Bryant has touched the lives of many, including Filipinos living in Valenzuela City, where the indoor basketball court named "House of Kobe" was inaugurated a day before his tragic death

Although the indoor court is not yet open to public, Filipino Kobe fans offered flowers and lighted candles outside the facility to honor the legacy of the Lakers legend. 

Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and 7 other passengers were killed in a chopper crash on Sunday, January 26 (Monday, January 27, Manila time), as their Sikorsky S-76 helicopter slammed into a rugged hillside in Calabasas, Los Angeles.

His death sent shockwaves all over the world and  plunged legions of fans into mourning. – Rappler.com