2000 Western Conference Finals: Game 7 vs Portland - Kobe to Shaq
2006 Regular Season vs Toronto - 81
2016 Regular Season vs Utah - Mamba Out
2006 Western Conference First Round: Game 4 vs Phoenix - Time running out
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2000 Western Conference Finals: Game 7
Kobe to Shaq
Los Angeles vs Portland
89 - 84
4 June, 2000
In a close game versus Portland in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals, the most iconic basket came with 41 seconds remaining. Shaq drifted towards the hoop and signaled to Kobe to give him an alley-oop. The resulting dunk was immortalized with the announcer's call of "Kobe to Shaq!"
2006 Regular Season
Los Angeles vs Toronto
122 - 104
22 January, 2006
The second most points scored in a game in history. Kobe cemented his legacy as one of the all-time greatest scorers by dropping 81 points on Jalen Rose and Toronto.
2016 Regular Season
Los Angeles vs Utah
101 - 96
13 April, 2016
Bryant... for the lead! In Kobe's final game of his career, he gave basketball fans everywhere a show. 60 points including 17 consecutive, leading Los Angeles to a comeback victory. Truly remarkable, further cementing his legendary career.
2006 Western Conference First Round: Game 4
Time running out
Los Angeles vs Phoenix
99 - 98
30 April, 2006
Needing a bucket with seconds left on the clock, there is no one else you want to give the ball to. Kobe just had that edge. The killer instinct. The Mamba mentality. This is arguably his greatest buzzer beater but it's just one of many.