LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles isn’t done saying goodbye to Kobe Bryant just yet.

The recently retired Lakers superstar will be honored by the City Council, which has declared Wednesday “Kobe Bryant Day.”

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Councilmen Herb Wesson, Curren Price and Jose Huizar who sponsored the resolution say they chose Aug. 24, or 8/24, because it represents the two numbers Bryant wore during his 20-year Laker career, 8 and 24.

Bryant will be honored during Wednesday’s meeting in the council chambers for his storied Laker career and for his local philanthropy in youth sports and homelessness.

Bryant had a season-long farewell tour before scoring 60 points for the Lakers in his last game at Staples Center in April.