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VIDEO: Top 10 Plays Of Lakers 2012-13 Season

NBA.com posted a video of the Top 10 plays of the Lakers 2012-13 season, but it feels like some of the best plays of the season were left off. There were a few Kobe game winners, Dwight blocking a Robin Lopez dunk attempt, and, of course, Kobe recording his 30,000th career point. Check out the video.

10. Kobe buzzer beater over Atlanta
9. Kobe alley oop to Earl Clark against Detroit
8. Dwight Howard blocks Robin Lopez
7. Kobe reverse dunk against Philadelphia
6. World Peace hustle play, Pau dunk against Pacers
5. Kobe records his 30,000th point against Charlotte
4. Kobe game tying three against Raptors
3. Ron touchdown pass to Pau against Rockets
2. Kobe game winner against Hawks
1. Kobe dunks over the Brooklyn Nets

Kobe’s dunks over Chris Paul, Brandon Knight and Josh Smith were all left off as were his blocks over LeBron James in the all-star game. Where there any other plays you think were left off that shouldn’t have been?

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