Kobe Bryant got his revenge on Ryan Anderson's dunk by nailing a dagger three which looked like the Kobe we've all come to know. Keep doin' you, Mamba.
Kobe got dunked on by….Ryan Anderson pic.twitter.com/9rZ0miQXMp
— gifdsports (@gifdsports) February 5, 2016
Although Kobe would get the last laugh with the win, his second great performance and the Lakers notched back-to-back wins for just the second time this season, that doesn't stop this Ryan Anderson dunk from being any less disrespectful. The Mamba is in a retirement year, man, let him go out with his dignity still in tact.
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Things didn't go swimmingly for the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday night against the Chicago Bulls, as they played horribly and lost by 23 points. Kobe Bryant clearly wasn't pleased. When teammate Roy Hibbert attempted to give Bryant a casual high-five, it didn't go over well as an angered Bryant slapped it away in defiance.
Injuries have become a recurring theme in Derrick Rose's career, but his behind-the-back dime Thursday night shows what he can do when healthy.
The Los Angeles Lakers and Chicago Bulls squared off on Thursday night, so naturally all eyes were on former teammates Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol. The two had a nice embrace prior to opening whistle, but it was strictly business once the game got started. Don't believe me? Just check out this "Shake and Bake" executed to perfection by Gasol.
Dirk Nowitzki’s game winner in LA up close and synced with the audio, Kobe showing him respect pic.twitter.com/0Cw2COR0gJ
— The Cauldron (@TheCauldron) January 27, 2016
Kobe Bryant wasn't able to lace up for the Los Angeles Lakers against the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday night, but he still managed to make the highlight reels on multiple occasions. After Dirk Nowitzki nailed what turned out to be the game-winning jumper, he stumbled backward into Bryant and received a pat of approval. This encounter is the definition of the saying 'game recognizes game' as the two players are both legends and future Hall of Famers.
Life as an NBA rookie ain't easy, especially when Kobe Bryant needs your seat on the bench. There was simply no way he could deny the future Hall of Famer.