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Kobe Bryant's Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Gets Postponed

Kobe Bryant's Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Gets Postponed

Fans will need to wait longer for Kobe Bryant‘s induction ceremony.

The late Los Angeles Lakers star, who sadly died at 41 in January, will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in May of 2021, the NBA confirmed Saturday (November 28).

The event was originally planned to take place in August in Springfield, Mass., but delayed due to the pandemic. It will now happen from May 13 to May 15, 2021.

The annual event was initially slated to take place in August in Springfield, Massachusetts, but was delayed by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and will now take place from May 13 to May 15.

He will join Kevin Garnett and Tim Duncan in the class of 2020, as well as WNBA’s Tamika Catchings and coaches Kim Mulkey, Rudy Tomjanovich, Barbara Stevens and Eddie Sutton.

The 2020 inductees will join legends like Michael Jordan and Shaquille O’Neal.

Vanessa Bryant recently looked back at meeting Kobe for the first time.

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