Top Dawg Entertainment’s ScHoolboy Q and Kendrick Lamar both came through to watch NBA icon Kobe Bryant‘s final game last night (April 13) in Los Angeles.

ScHoolboy and Top Dawg Entertainment head Anthony Tiffith posted up pics from the game on Instagram.

#ThankYouKobe #TDE @nba

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Check out how much Top Dawg paid for his Lakers tickets on the next page…

Top Dawg paid $40,000 to get a pair of tickets for Bryant’s final game.

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Diehard Lakers fan Game remembered Kobe on his Instagram page this week.

A moment my sons will cherish forever !!! #MambaDay #KB20

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Farewell friend: what an amazing 20 years you gave the city of Los Angeles… I hope I speak for us all when I say you were & will always be a great asset to our city, the game of basketball on & off the NBA court as well as an inspiration to athletes & future athletes all across the world. An amazing father, role model & a class act all the way around the board. I thank you from my family, especially my sons who idolize you & appreciate the photo's, signed kicks, jerseys & the pep talks…. You did what you came to do & we all witnessed YOUR GREATNESS !!! & what better way to end a phenomenal career than score 60 points in front of your home crowd & get the W…… Congrats champ, you deserve it & again thank you, from the bottom of my heart & wish you & your family well on your journeys from here on…. Your brother & friend – The Game #MambaDay #KB20 #Lakers4Life

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Kendrick Lamar has already paid homage to Bryant’s legacy this week with a tribute video.

Between Tuesday and Kobe Bryant’s final game on Wednesday night, you’ll see an endless stream of tributes to the Los Angeles Lakers legend (and that’s as it should be). But it’s possible none of them will match this awesomeness: Kendrick Lamar — with help from ESPN’s Scoop Jackson — doing a poem about the guard along with some of his greatest shots, posterizings and on-court moments. (USA Today)