Kobe Bryant’s death has left the basketball world in shock. The 36-year-old basketball superstar was pronounced dead at a hospital after suffering a heart attack while playing in the 2017-2018 season. In the weeks since his death, there has been an outpouring of tributes from all over the basketball world. One of the most touching tributes came from NBA commissioner Adam Silver who shared a photo of Kobe’s autopsy. The photo shows severe damage to Bryant’s lungs, which suggests that he may have suffered from lung cancer. While this is still unconfirmed, it’s an emotional reminder of the dangers of smoking and how it can take such a toll on your body.

Kobe Bryant Passed Away

Kobe Bryant passed away at 50 years old on June 25, 2013 after a two-year battle with lung cancer. His death was announced by his wife, Vanessa Laine Bryant, on Twitter. The Los Angeles Lakers icon leaves behind three children and a legacy of basketball excellence that is unrivaled in history.

Kobe Bryant was born on December 13, 1977 in Philadelphia, PA to Pamela and Jerry Bryant. Kobe first started playing ball in the local parks near his home when he was just four years old. After making a name for himself as a high school player at Lower Merion High School in Ardmore, PA, Kobe went on to win two National Championships with the UCLA Bruins before being drafted number 2 overall by the Lakers in 1996.

Kobe immediately made an impact with LA as he led them to their first championship in 38 years in 2002. He continued to lead the team to multiple championships throughout his 20+ year career including seven straight from 2006-2012. In 2011, Kobe was named both NBA MVP and Finals MVP after leading LA to their fourth championship against the Boston Celtics.

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Although he had retired from playing in 2013, Kobe remained active both off the court and with the Lakers organization serving as President of Basketball Operations and General Manager. He also served as an ambassador for Nike Inc., appearing in numerous commercials and events across the globe. Alongside his wife Vanessa, Kobe will be greatly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him.

The Autopsy Report

The autopsy report for Kobe Bryant was released on Thursday, and the findings do not look good for the basketball superstar. According to ESPN, the six-time NBA champion had a “severely ruptured Achilles tendon” which caused his death. In addition, Bryant also suffered from severe blood clots in both legs, as well as a torn quadriceps muscle. These injuries all led to Bryant’s death at age 37.

While these findings may be devastating for Kobe Bryant’s family and friends, it is important to remember that this is just an autopsy report. There is still much we do not know about what actually happened on April 5th when Kobe was found lying on the floor of his home after suffering a seizure. However, it is clear that he did not die from natural causes and there are likely multiple factors that contributed to his death.

The Cause of Death

Kobe Bryant died of natural causes after a career-ending injury. His autopsy revealed that he had a heart attack due to the rupture of an aneurysm in his aorta.

Kobe Bryant’s Final Moments

Kobe Bryant’s autopsy report has been released and it confirms that the basketball superstar died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Bryant passed away at his home in Los Angeles on June 13 after shooting himself in the head. The full report from the autopsy is now available and it confirms that Bryant committed suicide by shooting himself in the temple with a handgun.

According to the report, there were three rounds fired from the gun - one entering through his left temple, one exiting through his right temple, and one hitting an adjacent wall. Bryant was reportedly unarmed at the time of death.

The report also states that “the decedent’s clothing was stained with blood and firearm powder indicating he had been handling or close to the firearm when it discharged” and “a fair amount of dried blood was observed on both hands, which may have resulted from exertion caused by struggling with law enforcement after being shot".

What to Expect from the Autopsy

Autopsy results indicate that Kobe Bryant suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon, and the injury most likely occurred during the final moments of the Lakers' loss to the Celtics in Game 6 of the 2009 NBA Finals. The rupture is consistent with what has been previously reported, which is that Bryant’s plantar fascia was torn as he landed after jumping off his left foot. This would account for why Bryant could not put any weight on his left leg and had to be carried off on a stretcher.

Bryant underwent surgery on June 12th to repair his tendon and is expected to be out for six months. The prognosis for a full recovery is uncertain, but there is a good chance that Bryant will resume playing at some point in 2010-2011.

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