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Kobe Bryant death: Petition to change NBA logo to honor Lakers legend has over 300K signatures

Kobe Bryant death: Petition to change NBA logo to honor Lakers legend has over 300K signatures

People have even created mock-ups of a logo honoring Bryant

The sports world is mourning the loss of Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant. Fans are finding ways to honor "Mamba," ensuring his legacy lives on. Many gathered at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, dressed in Bryant jerseys and purple and gold, bringing flowers, basketballs, messages of love and Lakers apparel to put on display. Some are choosing to honor the future Hall of Famer by petitioning for the NBA to change its logo from a silhouette of Jerry West to one of Bryant.

Following the tragedy that took the 41-year-old, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others, Jamal Crawford tweeted, "Kobe has to be the new NBA logo….."

Kobe has to be the new NBA logo…..

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