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    Stranger Things season 4 pays tribute to Kobe Bryant

    Fans say in the fourth part of the Stranger Things series, paying tribute to the legendary Los Angeles Lakers player, Kobe Bryant. They paid the tribute by making the audience see one of the characters appeared with the number 8 on his jersey. The latest season of this series premiered last Friday on Netflix, and it paid tribute to the former LA Lakers star who is considered one of the best players in history.

    Stranger Things 4 having a great success

    Caleb McLaughlin who does the role of Lucas Sinclair in Stranger Things is portrayed as a hero in the basketball game at the beginning of the present season of Stranger Things and he also registers the winning basket to his name, as Black Mamba did the same many times.

    Caleb is who primarily a big fan of Kobe desired to use the jersey number 8 to pay tribute to the legendary 5 time NBA champion, wearing the first number Black Mamba that he used to use during his career, and also gained permission from the production.

    The tributes are never-ending

    The tributes were given to Kobe Bryant after his death seem never-ending. Jayson Tatum, a big Boston Celtics player, who was also a big fan of the legendary basketballer wore a purple bracelet with the number 24, which was Kobe’s, on Sunday in the Eastern Conference Finals.

    In addition to that, the same player only sent a text message to Kobe Bryant’s number before the game took place. He emphasized on the text that he would be with him on the court and registered 26 valuable points for his team, which was in the NBA finals, where it will lock horns for the title against the Golden State Warriors.

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