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Tweet Friday night featured a matchup of Los Angeles’ NBA squads, the Lakers and the Clippers. The Clippers have become known for their high-flying dunks lately, but Friday it was Kobe Bryant who brought the house down early: Not bad for an “old” man. Chris Paul should have ducked. -ALR
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Kobe Bryant may have said the Los Angeles Lakers were “old as s—,” but his 34-year-old body isn’t preventing him from making athletic plays. The Black Mamba stole a pass from Chris Paul and then dunked on the Clippers point guard to make a statement early in Friday’s game at Staples Center.
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Tweet The majority of 34-year-old men are sitting on their couches feeling the effects of middle-age creeping up on them. Not Kobe Bean Bryant, though. In the first quarter of the Lakers game against the Clippers, Kobe intercepted a pass and took off on a fast-break. That’s when he delivered a vicious dunk. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzGolkfK2Ak&feature=youtu.be Chris [...]
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