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Top 10 Kobe Bryant Playoff Moments

Over the course of his 20-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers, superstar Kobe Bryant has given his fans all over the world a seemingly endless stream of memorable moments...

10. Kobe Turns Back the Clock vs. Hawks Late in this game against the Hawks, the Lakers trailed by a point, and badly needed a win to get back to .500. Kobe...

29. Chicago Bulls – Jamie Feick, Original Pick: Travis Knight

Fresh off a championship, the Bulls add a center in hopes of finding someone who could hold down the fort consistently down low.

28. Atlanta Hawks – John Wallace, Original Pick: Priest Lauderdale

The Hawks had a pretty solid young core so they add John Wallace in hopes of bringing some depth and versatility to their forward...

26. Detroit Pistons – Randy Livingston, Original Pick: Jerome Williams

The Pistons point guards were an old Joe Dumars and Lindsey Hunter. Needless to say the position was a need.

25. Utah Jazz – Samaki Walker, Original Pick: Martin Muursepp

Even though the Jazz were set to make back-to-back NBA Finals runs, Walker gives them some young legs and rebounding for an aging core.

24. Los Angeles Lakers – Moochie Norris, Original Pick: Derek Fisher

Norris was no Derek Fisher, but he was still a good back-up point guard who would have fit a need.

23. Denver Nuggets – Tony Delk, Original Pick: Efthimi Rentzias

A longtime solid shooter and all-around point guard, Delk gives the Nuggets another option in the backcourt.

22. Vancouver Grizzlies – Vitaly Potapenko, Original Pick: Roy Rogers

The Grizzlies needed a little bit of everything. Potapenko gives them size and depth up front.

21. New York Knicks – Walter McCarty, Original Pick: Dontae’ Jones

The Knicks still get there guy, but only a couple of picks later. McCarty ultimately became a solid bench scorer and ‘stretch-four’ before they...