How Sports Academy changed following Kobe and Gianna Bryant's passing

Posted On: Feb 26, 2021   |   Posted By: USA Today

Kobe Bryant launched The Mamba Sports Academy in 2018 in a venture with Chad Faulkner. But the facility was forced to change after Bryant's death.

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