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A Lakers Blog. Thoughts, reflections, and the odd rant on the Los Angeles Lakers and the NBA (even the Clippers).

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By: Exick

Fri, 26 Jan 2007 18:55:01 +0000

I think I like that Dunk On Duncan the most because of Bowen. As Kobe drives past him, he's reaching and grabbing, and Kobe kinda pushes Bowen's arms off of him before he goes up for the dunk. Then Bruce looks over at the refs immediately afterward. Sure Bruce, cry to the refs after they didn't call either of the fouls. Also I love the crowd reaction. The Spurs home crowd (many of which were Laker fans, hehe) all seemed to cheer when Kobe threw that down. Kwame's absolute obliteration of Nocioni is a close second. For those that need to see it:

By: DYi

Fri, 26 Jan 2007 16:45:41 +0000

My favorite plays are two-fold... 1. Sasha Vujacic's clutch shooting at Dallas (?) and 2. Ronny Turiaf's go ahead lay-up against San Antonio. They are my favorites because they are highly indicative of the Lakers this year...not just about Kobe getting his, but these guys, who are 9-10 on the rotation stepping up, which is so emblematic of the Lakers as a TEAM this year. This is not to say Kobe hasn't had spectacular individual plays, but the very fact that we can even talk of other teammates is such a great thing!

By: Mannie Jenkins

Fri, 26 Jan 2007 01:25:15 +0000

I kind of liked Kobe's go ahead shot over Duncan and Bowen to seal the last game against them. League wide, though, that Jason Kidd shot where he was fouled with his back to the basket and flipped it over his head for the bank shot was pretty spectacular. I know others have done similar things, but somehow Kidd's looks like he knew what he was doing.

By: Isa Saalabi

Fri, 26 Jan 2007 00:25:36 +0000

I'm with jonesonthenba, Kobe's block on Williams was incredible. That's my fav too. Isa Saalabi.

By: Jason

Thu, 25 Jan 2007 22:37:23 +0000

That one really difficult shot Kobe took. Anyone know which one I'm talking about? =)


Thu, 25 Jan 2007 22:22:43 +0000

Kobe's block on Deron Williams in their game against the Jazz in Utah was pretty awesome...

By: skigi

Thu, 25 Jan 2007 21:39:00 +0000

Don't forget Smush's dunk on Ben Wallace at Staples, and Mo Evans put back where he basically climbed up somebody's back, and Bynum blocking the crap out of Mike James at the end of the T'Wolves game. And by the way, I almost like Kobe's 2nd dunk on Duncan from that game even better... think about it... TD was already embarrassed and the crowd was buzzing, and like 2 minutes later, up goes Kobe for an alley oop over him again, except this time he fouls the $@&! out of his arm so he doesnt get posterized AGAIN and he still can't stop him.

By: Kas

Thu, 25 Jan 2007 21:04:20 +0000

You missed odom and brown. favorite play: i think it was vs the bulls when kobe passed it to a streaking kwame for the and one dunk. the play its self wasnt that awesome but kobe was so happy about afterword (laughing and clapping) it that it just stuck in my mind. Favorite game(s): 1st of the season, vs spurs at home, and kings.

By: DrRayEye

Thu, 25 Jan 2007 20:34:16 +0000

I can't do one play for team--but I can do it by player: Evans: circus no look hook layup Walton: reverse pivot hook Farmar: blocked attemted shot by opposing center Smush: blocked last second layin attempt by Terry Turiaf: One on one agaist Duncan with game on the line Sasha: series of threes in 4th quarter to win game Vladrad: as above Cook: many crucial baskets Bynam: His early season "coming out" game Who/what did I miss?