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Kobe’s Sick Reverse Layup (In Loss)

Feb 7, 2012, 2:46 AM EDT

Kobe surpassed his former teammate, Shaq, to move into the fifth spot on the NBA's All-Time scoring leaders list. Once he passed Shaq midway through the second quarter, Kobe went ice cold, hitting only one other field goal the rest of the game. It was, however, a fricking sick bucket, reminiscent of a certain Dr.'s up-and-under reverse layup against a certain L.A. team.

Kobe surpassed his former teammate, Shaq, to move into the fifth spot on the NBA’s All-Time scoring leaders list. Once he passed Shaq midway through the second quarter, Kobe went ice cold, hitting only two other field goals the rest of the game.

One of them was, however, a fricking sick bucket, reminiscent of a certain Dr.’s up-and-under reverse layup against a certain L.A. team.

Kobe’s layup:

Dr. J’s layup: