- Kobe Bryant was a successful Basketball player before he died in January 2020
- Bryant's house in Pennsylvania is now reported to have been sold
- The American was killed in helicopter crash together with his daughter Gianna
Kobe Bryant's childhood home in Pennsylvania has reportedly been sold out 10 months after the tragic death of the famous Basketball legend who died in an helicopter crash.
The house was where Kobe Bryant used to train and work on his skills years back during his active playing time in Basketball.
According to the report on TMZ, the house has been sold for a fee of $810,000 which is around N307.8 million.
TMZ added that the house is a five-bedroom apartment and Kobe Bryant actually enjoyed living in the mansion during his teenage years.
Kobe Bryant's family are said to be living inside the house until 2008 when they moved out to another big mansion in Los Angeles.
Identity of the person who bought the house was not revealed by TMZ and the new owner is expected to enjoy Basketball equipment inside the mansion.
The house is also said to have a hoop which is the same one Bryant used before becoming one of the best players to ever play Basketball.
Kobe Bryant was born on August 23, 1978 and died on January 26, 2020 in a crash which also claimed the life of his precious daughter Gianna.
Before he retired from playing Basketball, Kobe Bryant spent his entire career with Los Angeles Lakers and won many awards.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Lakers put up a remarkable show on Sunday night, October 11, as the Los Angeles based team defeated Miami Heat 106-93 in Game 6 of the NBA finals, as they win the best-of-seven series four games to two.
The team has now won their 17th title of the competition to tie with Boston Celtics as teams with the most NBA titles in history.
The 'Showtime' are making an appearance in the finals for the first time since 2010 when late legend Kobe Bryant won his fifth NBA title.
Recall that Bryant died on January 26 along with his daughter Gianna and seven others following a ghastly helicopter crash.
And now LeBron James made an appearance in his 10th NBA finals having previously inspired the Heat to win two titles (2012 and 2013) and the Cleaveland Cavaliers 2016.
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