In a poignant tribute, the Los Angeles Lakers covered two court-side seats with red roses and the jerseys of Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna — and the entire team took the court for warm ups wearing Bryant’s jerseys on the team’s first night back since the NBA legend died in a helicopter crash.

Bryant’s yellow, No. 24 Lakers jersey was pulled over one seat.

Directly to the left, another seat was covered in Gianna’s black jersey from her dad’s “Mamba Sports Academy.”

A bouquet of red roses was placed on each seat.

The Lakers captioned a tweet showing the tribute with the hashtag, “#GirlDad,” a reference to Bryant’s four daughters.

During a pre-game ceremony honoring Bryant, the empty seats were lit with a purple spotlight.

When LeBron James, Anthony Davis and the rest of the Lakers squad took the court for warm ups before their match-up against the Portland Trailblazers, they were all wearing jerseys with Bryant’s name on them.

The players either wore No. 24 and No. 8 — the two numbers Bryant wore during his career with the team.

Kobe and Gianna died in a helicopter crash last Sunday when the chopper they were flying in crashed into the side of a mountain near Calabasas, California.

Earlier on Friday night, LeBron James unveiled a tribute tattoo to Bryant, which features a Black mamba snake coiled around the numbers 24 and 8. “Mamba 4 Life” is written in cursive underneath the snake.