Five-year-old Kobe Bryant’s daughter Bianka shows off her basketball skills

Kobe Bryant’s five-year-old daughter Bianka showed off her impressive basketball skills in a sweet video posted by her mother Vanessa on Monday.

Bianka proved she was already following the late father in the clip which saw her land across the living room with a mini basketball.

The athlete died two years ago at 41 alongside his daughter Gianna, 13, and nine others in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, when fog obscured the pilot’s view.

Cute: Kobe Bryant’s five-year-old daughter Bianka showed off her impressive basketball skills in a sweet video posted by her mother Vanessa on Monday

In the clip, Bianka looked like she was trying to get the adults to move so she had free space to make her shot.

Vanessa is then heard telling her to “focus”, but she chuckled sweetly and said, “I can’t!”

The clip was accompanied by photos of Bianka’s sisters, Natalia and Capri, with their family friend Pau Gasol and a selfie of Vanessa and Pau’s wife, Cat.

Sweet: Bianka proved she already cared about the late father in the clip which saw her land in the living room with a mini basketball, before celebrating with a hug

Sweet: Bianka proved she already cared about the late father in the clip which saw her land in the living room with a mini basketball, before celebrating with a hug

After landing the shot, Pau, Cat and her mother all celebrated. Cat gave her a big hug and her mom got a high five.

“You can concentrate, good girl!” Vanessa said proudly at the end of the clip.

The second anniversary of the death of Los Angeles basketball great Kobe fell last Wednesday.

Tragic: The athlete died two years ago at 41 alongside his daughter Gianna, 13, and nine others in a helicopter crash in Calabasas (Kobe and Vanessa are pictured with their daughters Natalia, Gianna and Bianka)

Tragic: The athlete died two years ago at 41 alongside his daughter Gianna, 13, and nine others in a helicopter crash in Calabasas (Kobe and Vanessa are pictured with their daughters Natalia, Gianna and Bianka)

And the likes of Kanye West, Jamie Foxx and Jennifer Garner have taken to social media to share tributes to the beloved hoops dynamo who played for the Los Angeles Lakers from 1996-2016.

West uploaded one of his personal favorite photos of himself and longtime friend Bryant, who he called “the basketball version of me” in an interview with QG.

“I miss you family,” captioned the 44-year-old hitman, who could be seen beaming in Kobe after a Lakers game.

Here it is: In the clip, Bianka looked like she was trying to get the adults to move so she had a clear space to make her shot

Here it is: In the clip, Bianka looked like she was trying to get the adults to move so she had a clear space to make her shot

Jamie Foxx uploaded a stunning image of the day’s sunset, which he attributed to Bryant.

‘@Kobe Bryant [PRAYER HAND EMOJIS]’ wrote the 54-year-old actor, who also had a close connection to the late Kobe.

Jennifer Garner paid tribute to the life and legacy of Kobe and his daughter Gianna, who was just 13 at the time of her death, by sharing a photo of the father-daughter duo with her 11.9 million Instagram followers.

Yay!  She landed the tough shot across her living room with a mini basketball in a bright pink toilet

Yay! She landed the tough shot across her living room with a mini basketball in a bright pink toilet

She tagged Kobe’s widow, Vanessa Bryant, in the post, along with two heart emojis.

Vanessa shared tributes to her late husband and daughter all month on Instagram.

One from last week showed a photo of her kissing Kobe on the lips as he held one of their children on the field at a Lakers game. All she wrote in the caption was “81.”

Happy: After landing the shot, Pau, Cat and her mother all celebrated.  Cat gave her a big hug and her mom got a high five

Happy: After landing the shot, Pau, Cat and her mother all celebrated. Cat gave her a big hug and her mom got a high five

Bryant has won five NBA championships, 18-time All-Star, 15-time All-NBA Team member, 12-time All-Defensive Team member, NBA Most Valuable Player (MVP) in 2008 and two-time NBA Finals MVP.

Bryant also led the NBA in scoring twice and ranks fourth in regular season and league playoff scoring.

He was posthumously elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2020.

Sad loss: The second anniversary of the death of Los Angeles basketball great Kobe fell on Wednesday and his widow Vanessa shared this sweet message to mark the occasion

Sad loss: The second anniversary of the death of Los Angeles basketball great Kobe fell on Wednesday and his widow Vanessa shared this sweet message to mark the occasion