SI's Melissa Rohlin reports from the Los Angeles Lakers practice facility, where the team held its first press conference and public practice since the shocking death of legend Kobe Bryant. Head Coach Frank Vogel was the only person to speak publicly, and he told a story of how he broke the news to his team, how he personally reacted, and how the team is handling it with LeBron James and Anthony Davis leading them through it.
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