It was pretty funny to see Kobe miss the game winning shot in regulation and then go back to the exact same spot and hit the game winner as time ran out in overtime.
Kobe loves to shoot from the elbows. That's why when the clock is ticking down, you'll notice he usually dribbles to those spots on all his game winners when given the time to dribble the ball. The man knows his hot spots
What makes him great is he is never afraid to take a shot when the game is on the line win or lose.
Down 15 to the Blazers years ago... he just kept nailing 3 pointer while the Blazers kept leaving him open.
Who else on the Lakers is going to take the shot? If anyone else does and misses they just look and wonder why Kobe didn't have the ball.
The only thing that will stop him is his knees... clearly a few broken fingers isn't going to do it.
I saw that one and the one recently against the Kings on New Years. It was amazing. Clutch shooting at its finest
Kobe is the best player in the league right now. It goes in this order: Kobe, Lebron, Carmelo, Wade
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by Robin Edmondson9 years ago
Will it be as good as the finals between them in the 80s?
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