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Tiger Woods didn’t understand why the fans at the Farmers Insurance Open were telling him to “do it for Mamba.” It wasn’t until the golf star finished his round that he learned the news — Kobe Bryant had died in a helicopter crash.“It’s a shocker to everyone,” Woods said in an interview just five minutes after he was told of Bryant’s passing. “Unbelievably sad, one of the more tragic days.”Woods, a lifelong Lakers fan, was also asked what he’d remember most about Kobe as a player, as a man, and as a father.Also Read: Watch Kobe Bryant's 2018 Oscar Acceptance Speech - When He Shaded Fox News' Laura Ingraham (Video)“The fire, he burns so competitively hot, and desire to win,” Woods began. “He brought it each and every night on both ends of the floor. Not too many guys can say that throughout NBA history. He’d lock up on D, obviously he was dominant of the offensive side. But anytime he was in the game, he’d take on their best player and shut them down for all 48 minutes. That was one of the more impressive things throughout his entire career. And then when he ruptured his Achillies and went to the foul line and made his shots. I mean, that’s tough.”Tiger reacts to the death of Kobe Bryant(via @PGATOUR) pic.twitter.com/EpOBNMb8ey— SI Golf (@SI_Golf) January 26, 2020According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, nine people died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, that killed the former Lakers star and eight others. Bryant’s 13-year-old daughter Gianna was reportedly one of the people on board.During his 20-year career with the Lakers, Bryant won five NBA championships. Two years ago, he shared an Oscar with animator Glen Keane for the animated short “Dear Basketball.”Also Read: Kobe Bryant Remembered by Laker Legends Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-JabbarAn investigation into the crash is still ongoing.Read original story Tiger Woods Learned of Kobe Bryant’s Death Minutes After Finishing a Round of Golf At TheWrap
Give that piece of spinach an award, you COWARDS.
She—and her signature ponytail, of course—is serving!!!
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Alan Diehl talks about the challenges facing investigators trying to discover the cause of fatal helicopter crash.
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