Whether you live in Los Angeles, are a sports fan or simply just yell "KOBE!" when throwing something in the trash, the world felt the loss of Kobe Bryant, his daughter and the other passengers on board on Sunday.
The Los Angeles Rams took to social media to share their shock and grief for the Los Angeles legend and his family. And, of course, how the Mamba Mentality influenced them on and off the court.
Thank you Kobe for everything you gave us both on and off the court. Your legacy will live on forever in the hearts of millions. Truly one of a kind. Praying for his family, loved ones, and everyone involved. Rest In Peace Mamba— Jared Goff (@JaredGoff16) January 26, 2020
It’s difficult when a man with such an incredible reach passes suddenly. A painful reminder that tomorrow is never guaranteed. Praying for those families impacted by this loss, as well as all the athletes and young people across the world that were inspired through Kobe’s life.— Johnny Hekker (@JHekker) January 27, 2020
Words are hard to find right now. Still shocked. Sad day. Kobe, Gianna and the other 7 u will not be forgotten. I was 11 when u first entered the NBA. I wanted to be U. So kind and thoughtful when we met. I will miss you Kobe. Will only be 1 MAMBA! Praying for the Bryant family. pic.twitter.com/vlnpaBx4F9— Eric Weddle (@weddlesbeard) January 26, 2020
Just realized I met Kobe exactly 4 yrs ago to the day. Jan 26th, 2016.... 😥— Eric Weddle (@weddlesbeard) January 27, 2020
Sad day. Thank you Kobe. Rest in peace to the legend and the others in the crash. Prayers to everyone and their families.— Tyler Higbee (@Ty_Higs19) January 26, 2020
Sad we lost a sports icon so early RIP Kobe Bryant 😪— Dante fowler (@dantefowler) January 26, 2020
Still in disbelief...... Can’t believe it/process this. One of my biggest inspirations as an athlete growing up. His work ethic, mentality, passion for the game.... bruh.— Sebastian Joseph-Day (@SJD_51) January 26, 2020
Hearts out to Kobe and his family— Joshua Reynolds (@J_Rey_11) January 26, 2020
Making the most of every 24 I get. Can’t believe this. RIP Kobe.— Micah Kiser (@kiser_rollin) January 26, 2020
Kobe Doing Work, 24 on my Shirt!— Uno (@callmequi_) January 26, 2020
Unreal.— Gerald Everett (@lightningstrk12) January 26, 2020
Can’t believe it— Ogbo Okoronkwo (@OgboOkoronkwo) January 26, 2020