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Lakers Play Of The Week: Kobe Nails The Prayer Shot (Three Times) Reviewed by Momizat on . The Lakers may not have a championship record just yet, but Kobe Bryant has sure been doing some remarkable things as of late. In the Lakers overtime win agains The Lakers may not have a championship record just yet, but Kobe Bryant has sure been doing some remarkable things as of late. In the Lakers overtime win agains Rating:
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Lakers Play Of The Week: Kobe Nails The Prayer Shot (Three Times)

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The Lakers may not have a championship record just yet, but Kobe Bryant has sure been doing some remarkable things as of late. In the Lakers overtime win against the Toronto Raptors Friday night, Kobe hit three consecutive very well contested three-pointers to send the game into overtime, plus had a dunk at the end of OT to seal the win.

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So, which made our play of the week? Well, after Kobe made a baseline three pointer from a Steve Nash no look inbounds pass, Kobe came right back to impress again. With the Lakers down by three and 8.4 seconds on the clock, Steve Blake inbounded the ball to a double teamed Kobe Bryant, and with the time expiring Kobe still drained it to send the game into overtime. It almost felt like a playoff game until you realized that it was just the Toronto Raptors. Check out our video below.

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  • sadbill

    don’t you understand that it should never have come to that? so kobe saved this game. he should never have been forced into that situation. his percentage in game winning shots is not good. much better to hit a cutter for a layup than for the rest of the team to stand around away from the basket hoping that kobe will make a long shot. standing around far from the basket doesn’t help get any rebounds, either. just a failed policy, as a policy. very exciting when he hits the shot, but we lose many more of those games than we win.

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