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Kobe being Kobe
posted: Tuesday, April 08, 2008 at 7:32 PM

Travis Outlaw, who doesn't handle the ball all that often, dribbles around Kobe (who proceeded to flop on the ground once he was beat), passes to Channing, who finds an open Roy for the three ... money!

Kobe gets that look in his eye like he's ready to score no matter what. He dribbles down court, posts up Brandon, and flips in the hook for two. That's Kobe.

Jack gets into the lane as he often does, throws up the floater and gets it to drop. Blazers shooting 63 percent from the field.

Vlad Radman gets another three over Jarrett Jack. His outside shooting adds a dangerous element to the Laker squad.

Roy goes one-on-one with Kobe for the last shot, but it fall short as time expires. End of the first with the score Blazers 28, Lakers 24. Blazers have had a heck of a time scoring over the last five games, but they put it together in that quarter.


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