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When a Child Loses His Hero

the coverage of Kobe and Gianna Bryant’s deaths, amid the primary grief I felt for Kobe’s wife, his surviving children and the people who knew and loved him, there were a series of images that brought even more tears to my eyes. It was the kids lined up outside the Staples Center. Some of them were dressed head to toe in Lakers gear. I looked at

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