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Top Five Kobe Bryant Crossovers Reviewed by Momizat on . 1. An easy choice at number one primarily because of the significance of the play and all that it led up to. More importantly, because it would lead the Lakers 1. An easy choice at number one primarily because of the significance of the play and all that it led up to. More importantly, because it would lead the Lakers Rating:
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Top Five Kobe Bryant Crossovers

1. An easy choice at number one primarily because of the significance of the play and all that it led up to. More importantly, because it would lead the Lakers to their first NBA title since the Magic and Kareem era. In game 7 of the Western Conference Finals the Lakers rallied back after being down by as much as 15 points in the fourth quarter to the Portland Trailblazers. After finally taking the lead late in the fourth quarter, Kobe and Shaq put the dagger in the heart of the Blazers with an amazing crossover by Kobe Bryant, who shook Scottie Pippen and created space for a lane at the basket. Kobe finished by lobbing the ball up to the big man as he would seal the alley-oop with an emphatic dunk and the crowd exploded. Not only is this the top crossover on this list, but it is also one of the top all-time moments in Lakers history.

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