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Memorials grow outside Staples Center as fans, community remember Kobe Bryant

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LOS ANGELES (CBS 58) -- Memorials continue to grow for NBA legend Kobe Bryant outside of the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter and seven others were killed in a helicopter crash on Sunday in Calabasas, California. 

The NBA postponed the Los Angeles Lakers' game on January 28 in the wake of Bryant's death.

CBS 58 spoke with fans outside the Staples Center about the decision.

"It wouldn't see right, right now," San Fernando Valley resident Ana Truman said. "How can you celebrate a victory right now?"

"He will forever be our hero and I think he deserves our respect," Long Beach resident Edgar Vargas said.

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Ruth 26 days ago
Six stories on Bryant and none on the 4 US service members killed in a plane crash in Afghanistan. Your priorities are way out of whack.
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