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Golden State Warriors were starting their practice on Sunday, when they heard the news of Kobe Bryant’s tragedy.
Following their practice on Monday night at Drexel, Golden State head coach Steve Kerr has reflected on LA Lakers legend.
“I don’t know if it is news that we can process,” said Kerr. “We were all in shock, we were shocked [Sunday] when we found out at the beginning of practice.’
“Everybody stopped in their tracks and basically sat down on the floor and nobody said a word. There were no words to describe what everybody was feeling. Everybody just wandered off and went home. We didn’t know what to do.”
“It’s going to be emotional and difficult to play,” Kerr added. “We are in communication with the Sixers regarding ideas to commemorate Kobe’s life. We will figure that part out. It won’t make the game any easier. I am sure the fans here will be very emotional, given this is his backyard.”
— Marc Narducci (@sjnard) January 28, 2020
The Warriors are preparing to face Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday, January 28.
source – The Philadelphia Inquirer