Vanessa Bryant expresses grief, anger in Instagram post

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Kobe Bryant coached the team on a number of occasions and had repeatedly said in interviews his 13-year-old daughter was a far better player than he was at her age. "I know what I'm feeling is normal". "My brain refuses to accept that both Kobe and Gigi are gone". I take comfort in knowing that Kobe and Gigi both knew that they were so deeply loved.

Vanessa Bryant posted a graphic on Instagram to announce the service, a day after reports surfaced about the memorial.

Vanessa continued to explain she was "mad" because her daughter "had so much life to live". Kobe is survived by Vanessa and their three daughters, 17-year-old Natalia, 3-year-old Bianka, and 9-month-old Capri.

As Vanessa noted, there's no wrong way to grieve. "If you know me you know this killing me right now". It is part of the grieving process.

Vanessa went on to explain that she meant to help others who are experiencing losing someone close to them, with her post.

Los Angeles will hold a memorial service at Staples Center on Monday, Feb. 24 for Bryant and Gianna.

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Vanessa said in spite of her grief, she recognizes that she needs to be strong for her family. Kobe and Gianna received the Eucharist together just hours before both were killed in the helicopter crash.

The public memoriam for the National Basketball Association legend and his 13-year-old daughter will be held at the Los Angeles Staples Center, otherwise known as the house that Kobe built.

Vanessa, who has been paying tribute to her fallen husband and daughter on social media said she has been reluctant to share her feelings because she feels conflicted about her loss.

They were on their way to a girls' basketball tournament at Bryant's Mamba Sports Academy in suburban Thousand Oaks - not far from Sherwood Country Club, which hosted Woods's Hero World Challenge tournament for years. "Continuing to lift you all up in prayers", Shaunie O'Neal shared.

"I'd rather just be hanging with them".

All of these items were eventually cleaned from the area but the vast majority were given to Kobe's wife Vanessa, and the rest of the Bryant family. Two of her teammates - Alyssa Altobelli and Payton Chester - also died on board, along with Alyssa's parents, John and Keri Altobelli, and Payton's mother, Sarah Chester.

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