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In addition to resale stores taking steps to combat people profiting off of Kobe Bryant's death, Nike has apparently made a move in the wake of the basketball legend's tragic passing.
After issuing an official statement earlier today in which it called Bryant one of the greatest athletes of his generation, Nike has reportedly pulled Kobe-related products from its website. As of press time, a search for "Kobe" on nike.com redirects to the brand's memorial message.
Sources are also telling Complex that Foot Locker has been asked to return Kobe product to the Swoosh, although some sneakers are still available from the company's site.
Nike did not immediately return a request for comment.
UPDATE: Complex has confirmed that the reason for the redirect on nike.com is due to all Kobe Bryant product selling out, rather than being pulled from the site.