Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 2/5/13

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’ game against the Brooklyn Nets, 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 dunk 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. Video via @cjzero The post Kobe Bryant dunks on two Nets defenders (Video) appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Kobe Bryant, Gerald Wallace discussed $500,000 bet for blind free throws during game? (Video) Blake Griffin Dunks on Kris Humphries in Triumph of Good vs. Evil (Video) Kobe Bryant steals ball then dunks on Chris Paul (Video)

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