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Video: Kobe Bryant’s Left-Handed Breakaway Dunk During Practice


As the speculation that Kobe Bryant will return to the Lakers this week continues to rise, the Lakers guard was looking strong at practice today.

During the practice, Bryant stole the ball from teammate Xavier Henry and promptly took the ball down the court and dunked the ball with his left hand. It was his first practice since Saturday and is in preparation for Friday’s road game against the Sacramento Kings.

Bryant practiced the whole time with the team and is on track to practice again tomorrow. He did not address the media after practice and his status for Friday in still unknown.

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