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LeBron On Kobe Bryant: “A Day Doesn’t Go By When I Don’t Think About Him.”

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Credit: Getty Images

It's been almost six months since Kobe Bryant passed away in a fatal helicopter crash that killed him along with his daughter Gianna and seven others. Time flies but Kobe's death still feels fresh and hard to overcome. He left this world at a young age, in a shocking way, while he still had a lot of things to do and accomplish as a father and businessman.

Of course, this hasn't been easy for all the fans who lost an idol last January 26. Further, not only Kobe's fans feel sorry for this loss. LeBron James, a close friend of Kobe, has expressed his feeling about KB24 and the impact his death had on him.

"There's not a day that doesn't go by that I don't think about him," James said Monday, per Mark Medina of USA Today.

They always had a very good relationship, which grew up in recent years, with Bron calling Kobe a brother. The last social media post that Kobe made was a congratulation to LeBron, who surpassed him on the All-Time scoring list.

After that, James has dedicated posts to Kobe and his daughter Gianna.

Almost since months have happened since that moment and Bron is still thinking about Kobe constantly. This was a big loss for the world of sports, not only basketball, and it will be hard for fans to get over this death. Kobe's names, all the feats he made and his impact on the game and the lives of players who played with him, against him, and were mentored by him will never be forgotten.