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VIDEO: Lakers Beat Magic In Game 5 Of 2009 NBA Finals; Kobe Wins Fourth Ring

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Back in 2009, the Los Angeles Lakers were reloaded with talented young players while being led by Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Derek Fisher.

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After a disappointing loss to the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals a year earlier, the Lakers were more motivated than ever to win another title. Standing in their way was the up-and-coming Orlando Magic with a young Dwight Howard coming into his own as one of the best players in the NBA.

Even though the Magic were able to beat Kevin Garnett’s Celtics and hold off LeBron James’ Cleveland Cavaliers on their way to the Finals, Dwight and company were simply outmatched against Kobe’s Lakers. The face of the Lakers franchise finally had the pieces around him to contend with any team in the league while Phil Jackson called the shots from the sidelines.

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Although arguably not as dominant as the Lakers squads during the Kobe-Shaq era, this team was firing on all cylinders with Lamar Odom, Andrew Bynum and Trevor Ariza helping propel this team to victory. Everything came together for the Lakers on June 14, 2009 when Kobe and company beat the Magic in Game 5 on their home floor in convincing fashion, 99-86.

The win gave the Lakers their 15th NBA championship in franchise history while Jackson won 10th NBA title as a head coach. Kobe and Fisher earned their fourth rings while Gasol won his first.
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  • Wanabe aviator

    Good times! That team was fun to watch especially that year.

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  • Leon Luciano

    Sad because we all know that The Lakers wont get back to title contention anytime soon at least not in the kobe era it was a great run for kobe hes had an amazing career.

    • VillainKing

      Kobe will win his 6th ring with the Lakers buddy we need patience..

  • VillainKing

    Dwight Howard face in that day is so Fuck up!!!heheheh
    Keep the 7th pick Lakers and land big names in free agency so that Kobe will get his 6th ring!!!

    • borsalino12

      NO. The Lakers will trade the pic to Philadelphia and with their pic # 10 will draft PF Dario Saric from Croatia. He,he,hehh!
      And Mr.48.5 will never win another ring. You are delusional and you don’t understand anything from basketball. He,he,hehh! FUWiKi. He,he,hehh !!!

      • VillainKing

        NO again!! The Lakers will not trade the 7th pick they must keep it and stop talking to me that “trade” stuff it will never happen accept it and Kobe will win his 6th ring your the one being delusional..FUCK YOU BORSALINO12!!!!!Saric who?????heheheh

  • Devon Samuels²⁴

    Sweet memories one of my fav when Kobe prove everyone few fans and haters wrong that he lead Lakers to an NBA title!

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