Kobe Bryant’s Most Memorable Performances: The Emergence of the Black Mamba (2005-2008)

Sideline Critiques: Random Drops of NBA Knowledge

After Shaquille O’Neal was traded away to the Miami Heat, Kobe was given full reign of the new-look Los Angeles Lakers. It was rough playing with teammates like Smush Parker and Kwame Brown listed as starters. But somehow Kobe used that opportunity as a time to make history and seal his legacy.

The amount of remarkable moments within this time period is unbelievable and it’s difficult to not just sit back and simply say “wow.”


That’s the only way to describe the Kobe Bryant that reared his head in the immediate post-Shaq era. We were all truly in the presence of greatness.

3) March 16 – 23 vs. Various Teams

65. 50. 60. 50.

During this string of games that included two home games against Portland and San Antonio followed by back-to-back games in Memphis and New Orleans, Kobe did what only one other player has ever done in…

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