George Ferguson Column: After one special day, Kobe tragedy hits Chris Mouat hard

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January 28, 2020

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Montana State University-Northern head women's basketball coach Chris Mouat, left, poses for a photo with the now late Kobe Bryant at a basketball clinic last spring in California.

Obviously, Jan. 26, 2020, will be a day that so many will never forget. It will be the day basketball fans, and so many more lost Kobe Bryant, as well as his young daughter Gianna, and seven others who were tragically killed in a helicopter crash in California.

Whether you were a Kobe Bryant fan or not, a Lakers fan or not, or, in some ways, a basketball fan or not, the loss of Kobe will be profound, simply because, Kobe transcended basketball. He transcended a lot of things.

So it’s no wonder, his death, and the tragic circumstances around it resonate with so many. It resonates with me...

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