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The Lakers faced off against the the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday night. The Lakers gave it a good fight making it a close game in the fourth quarter. But a a three pointer from Serge Ibaka started a 12-0 run for the Thunder. Following the game, Kobe Bryant tweeted a message to Russell Westbrook who had a double-double in the match up, scoring 37 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.
@russwest44 was cookin tonight. He’s got mamba blood runnin thru his veins . You gave it to me tonight lil bro. C u down the road!
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) March 6, 2013
A compliment of the highest order from “vino.” Russ doesn’t give a damn what you or anyone else has to say about his game. He just continues to do him. That’s best illustrated by his fashion choices and shot selection.
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Not sure what made the Hornets forget to guard Kobe Bryant, but with less than 30 seconds left in a two point ball game, Kobe squeezes through the New Orleans Hornet defenders for an easy dunk. Bryant scored 42-points in the L.A. Lakers 108-102 victory.
Following the Lakers' 122-105 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder, Kobe Bryant took to Twitter and gave credit where credit was due.
Bryant sent a tweet to Thunder's Russell Westbrook, complimenting him on his performance.
"@russwest44 was cookin tonight. He's got mamba blood runnin thru his veins . You gave it to me tonight lil bro. C u down the road!" Bryant...
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