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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Basketball legend Kobe Bryant, 41, died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California. Bryant played 20 seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers, where he won five NBA championships and was an 18-time All Star.

‘I still have trouble with it’: One year on, Lakers stars struggle to come to terms with Kobe Bryant’s death

Matias Grez, CNN January 26, 2021

(CNN) -- "Man, it's a saying that time heals all," LeBron James said following the Los Angeles Lakers' win over Chicago on Saturday.Still, one year on from Kobe Bryant's sudden death, those inside the...

Opinion: Brandon’s World – Move over Michael Jordan, there’s a new ‘GOAT’ in town

Brandon Lewis Columnist October 22, 2020

GOAT: an acronym used in sports to describe who is the greatest of all time. Since LeBron James entered high school in 1999, he has been compared to Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan. For years, Jordan...

The post office located in the Kent State Student Center is temporarily closed, pictured on Tuesday, Oct. 20. 

Kent Student Center Post Office temporarily moves services on campus

The Kent Student Center Post Office has temporarily moved its services to the FLASHcard Office in the lower level of the Student Center and to Mail Services in the Administrative Services Building for...

March 2, 2019; Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James (23) during the NBA game at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, AZ. Joe Camporeale/Cal Sport Media (Credit Image: © Joe Camporeale/CSM via ZUMA Wire) (Cal Sport Media via AP Images)

OPINION: The Lakers are so lost

Tanner Castora March 5, 2019

What is happening to the Los Angeles Lakers?Back in July, when LeBron James told the world he would be packing up and moving to the West Coast to continue his career, the basketball world was buzzing....

Our View: So long Kobe Bryant

April 12, 2016

On Nov. 29 last year Los Angeles Lakers great, Kobe Bean Bryant announced his retirement through a heartfelt letter in The Players' Tribune. It marked the end of something special.Tonight, Kobe will play...

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