As the world continues to mourn the death of Kobe Bryant, his daughter and others that were aboard the helicopter that crashed, people are remembering them. Here in Philly, the Wells Fargo Center was lit up in purple lights to remember the Lakers' player, as well as other buildings in Philly. Lower Merion will even have a moment of silence at the school's upcoming basketball game to remember Kobe. Also according to USA Today, the NBA postponed Tuesday’s game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers. Their official release read, "The decision was made out of respect for the Lakers organization, which is deeply grieving the tragic loss of Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven other people in a helicopter crash on Sunday." That game will be rescheduled. You have to admit there was a lot of love and respect for Kobe. Even his dear friend, LeBron can't fathom the player's death. LeBron got on social media and penned an emotional letter to Kobe. Part of his post read, ""Man I love you big bro... My heart goes to Vanessa and the kids. I promise you I’ll continue your legacy man! You mean so much to us all here especially." Even Sports Center Elle Duncan shared her emotional memory of Kobe talking about his family.