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'Beat L.A. Beat L.A.'
posted: Tuesday, April 08, 2008 at 9:15 PM

Kobe draws just about every Trail Blazer on the court, and though I'm sure he thought twice about it, he passes to a wide-open Lamar Oden for the jam.

Roy gets the two back, getting the bounce on a runner while being fouled by Kobe. Brandon misses the free throw, which is bad, but they are shooting 82 percent from the charity stripe on the night.

Another great play. Channing almost loses the handle at the top of the key, but he manages to get the grip, find a wide open Blake in the corner for three, and it's good.

Kobe looks to go one-one-one against Travis Outlaw, but T-O picks his pocket. That's so sweet.

Farmar gets in the lane, and floats a pass to Gasol for the two. That's a smart move.

Brandon Roy's jumper at for two is smarter though, or at least just as smart. He's got 20 points, 12 assists and two rebounds. He's officially back.

Blazers 102, Lakers 89 with 4 minutes to play. The pressure must continue.


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