- Gianna was an American middle school basketball player
- She was Kobe Bryant's second daughter
||Gianna Maria-Onore Bryant
||01 May 2006
|When did Gianna Bryant die? / Died
||26 January 2020
|How many years did Gianna Bryant live? / Lived
|Where was Gianna Bryant born?
||Orange County, California, U.S.A.
|Where did Gianna Bryant die? / Deathplace
||Calabasas, California, U.S.A.
Who was Gianna Bryant? / Facts
Family - Born in Los Angeles, California to Vanessa and Kobe Bryant, Gianna was raised with her older sister Natalia and two younger sisters, Bianka and Capri.
Her mother was a model and her father won five NBA championships with the Los Angeles Lakers.
She was also the granddaughter of Joe Bryant and great-niece of John "Chubby" Cox.
Basketball - Her father, Kobe, was the reason she started playing basketball.
Gianna played basketball for the Mamba Sports Academy, where she was coached by her father until their tragic death.
She played on the competitive team with the club at the U-10 through U-15 levels.
Gianna wanted to play college basketball at the power house University of Connecticut, she reguarly attended UConn, WNBA, and Lakers games with her father.
She had a very close relationship with her father Kobe as she was usually always by her father's side.
Kobe would talk about Gianna saying how she was a female version of him.
Death - Gianna and her father Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant died on January 26, 2020, in a helicopter crash near Calabasas, California.
On February 7, 2020, Kobe and Gianna Bryant were buried in a private funeral in Pacific View Memorial Park in the Corona del Mar neighborhood of Newport Beach, California.
A memorial service was held on February 24, 2020, at the Staples Center in Downtown Los Angeles.
- Harbor Day School, Corona Del Mar, California, U.S.A.
Vanessa Laine Bryant, Pam Bryant, Stephen Laine, Sofia Laine, Shaya Bryant, Sharia Bryant, Capri Bryant
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Last update: 13 May 2020
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