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GIF: Kobe Bryant Gives Referee The Death Stare After Non-Call Reviewed by Momizat on . During the second quarter of the Lakers game against the Warriors, Kobe Bryant drove to the basket and missed the layup. Kobe thought there should have been a f During the second quarter of the Lakers game against the Warriors, Kobe Bryant drove to the basket and missed the layup. Kobe thought there should have been a f Rating:
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GIF: Kobe Bryant Gives Referee The Death Stare After Non-Call

During the second quarter of the Lakers game against the Warriors, Kobe Bryant drove to the basket and missed the layup. Kobe thought there should have been a foul, but no whistle was blown. Following the non-call, Kobe turned around and gave the referee a cold-blooded death stare.

This wasn’t the first time Kobe was caught giving someone an evil look. In a game against Utah earlier this season, Kobe gave Mike Brown a death stare — and that ended up being the last game Brown was on the Lakers bench. While we can’t expect that referee to be fired after Kobe’s second death stare, it’s still pretty epic.


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