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Kobe Bryant Sets All-Time Lakers Steals Record Reviewed by Momizat on . Kobe Bryant has another Laker record! He passed Magic Johnson earlier in the third quarter of the Clippers game in Laker career steals with his 1,725th career s Kobe Bryant has another Laker record! He passed Magic Johnson earlier in the third quarter of the Clippers game in Laker career steals with his 1,725th career s Rating:
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Kobe Bryant Sets All-Time Lakers Steals Record

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Kobe Bryant has another Laker record! He passed Magic Johnson earlier in the third quarter of the Clippers game in Laker career steals with his 1,725th career swipe.

That was his second steal of the game. He tied the record earlier in the first quarter before he broke the record in the third quarter. Kobe Bryant is also the all-time Laker franchise leader in points and games played.


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  • saadi saadi

    Congrats Kobe from your “dumb” “stupid” fans

    • Respect LA

      He was referring to the ones panicking and losing faith. Unless you are one of those.

      • saadi saadi

        With 4 Super Stars I am not panicking…we are just upset with game after game loss (until last game with Detroit/pistons). There is a big difference between panicking and upset.
        Even he knows it. No one is panicking, we just want them to correct mistakes (offense/defense) and not repeat the same mistakes in every game.
        Even players are frustrated not winning games, don’t you see the post game videos?
        These guys like winning games….So there is a problem!
        Fans are upset.
        Players are upset.
        Coach is frustrated.
        Where are we going?
        If Kobe thinks the offense is going to work…we will see how it unfolds as Lakers fans.
        Personally, I have seen in videos of handwork of coaches/players on the court but it is not reflecting on the court in live game. Possible, it may take time or they just have to come with better Coaching staff. Sometimes, just a simple change can bring positivity in the game. However, I wish well for Mike Brown despite current situations. From failures if they don’t learn anything, then bring in new system. We can’t wait late in season for a new Coach. Players are hesitant to take shots (That doesn’t represent my Lakers! That is unacceptable skipping open shots and trying to make difficult shots.)

        Individual level, I am most disappointed with Antawn Jamison. How could he pass open 3′s. That’s is one of the reason why he was taken into Lakers organization. At 3 point position wide open (he is thinking Princeton offense, I say to heck with Princeton offense….when you are wide open, take then shot!!!
        Blake same issue…

        Msg for Mike Brown:
        If they shoot open shots then it will make the go to players burden more easier and competitive level of the game rises. Opponents know by now who is going to shoot and who is not. If you have 2 players not going to shoot the ball, that to me is like you are playing against 7 players instead of 5 players.
        Offense and defense have to spread which is lacking.
        Mike Brown should preach #1 rule on offense: If you are open take the d@mn shot!!!

  • rvbautista

    The Black Mamba sets another Lakers record! Congrats Kobe Bryant! Oh yeah, FIRE MIKE BROWN!!

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