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Bryant, 41, and his daughter Gianna, who also died in the crash, were buried in a private funeral in Orange County on February 7.

Plans are being finalized for the memorial to honor Kobe and Gianna Bryant, who were among the nine people killed last month in a helicopter crash outside of Los Angeles, Calif.

Proceeds from sales will be donated to the Mamba and Mambacita Sports Foundation.

Fans can register to purchase tickets beginning today through Monday, February 17 at 10 PM PT on the Ticketmaster Verified Fan site. In the likely event that public demand for tickets exceeds the number of available seats, fans will be selected at random to have the chance to participate in the public sale scheduled to begin next Wednesday at 10 a.m.

In a move apparently meant to prevent a repeat of the massive crowds that flocked to Staples Center after Bryant's death, the Lakers said the memorial will not be shown on exterior video screens at the arena or in the adjacent L.A. Live entertainment area.

The memorial date as well as the ticket prices are symbolic.

The Lakers' statement did not include any details about the memorial itself.

Staples Center, known as "the house that Kobe built", is where Bryant starred for most of his 20-year career with the Lakers.

The 37-year-old beauty has chose to make the change to the foundation's name to honor both her late husband Kobe and their 13-year-old daughter Gianna, after they both lost their lives in a helicopter crash on January 26. The Final Target Score will be determined by taking the leading team's total cumulative score through three quarters and adding 24 points - the 24 representing Bryant's jersey number for the final 10 seasons of his National Basketball Association career.

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