Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 10/21/14

From Larry Brown Sports:

Kobe Bryant may be 34 years old, but he still has the athleticism of an 18-year-old.

Late in the fourth quarter of the Los Angeles Lakers’ 92-83 win over the Brooklyn Nets Tuesday, Bryant noticed the shot clock winding down and decided to drive to the hoop. He went around Gerald Wallace who was guarding him man-to-man, and then dunked on Wallace and Kris Humphries in an electrifying finish.

The dunk was so impressive that even the opposing fans at the Barclays Center cheered in response.

Bryant finished with 21 points in the win, which gives the Lakers 10 straight victories over the Nets. Kobe has actually had some other highlight-reel dunks this season, so this wasn’t his first jaw-dropping moment in the past few months.

14 Comments:
  • Signing day 2/6/13 : GO GATORS!!!!!
  • Kobe can still do it...I like the new role he is taking ...point gaurd..leading the way..more assist...more rebounds...still getting his points and they are winning...better hope they are not healthy by playoffs or the haters going to get to keep on hating for awhile this year...
    Go Lakers...
  • he is still the Best, i don't care what anyone says! ;)
  • Kobe is for sure one of the best that has ever played the game, proof is the fact that he has been able up his game on a regular basis based off his hard work! The guy is in his thirties and players in their 20's can't keep up!
  • BLACK MAMBA!!!!!!!!!!
  • tell me do you know anything that happening in life besides kobe I bet you sleep with his poster in your bed, grow up!
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