Lakers Nation Instagram Picture Of The Week: Kobe Dunking On LeBron

We all know that Kobe Bryant had one of the best dunk compilations last season. The Mamba had some incredible dunks over Josh Smith, Gerald Wallace and Kris Humphries, and Chris Paul. Of course, we also remember that’s how he got his new nickname, Vino, meaning aging like fine wine. Kobe had not been dunking with such passion since his younger days in the league.

However, one of the most anticipated ideas many Laker fans have this upcoming season, is seeing Kobe dunk over his former teammate, Dwight Howard. It’s a possibility as we all remember Kobe posterizing Howard in 2004. In the meantime, check out this Instragram picture, which is Lakers Nation’s selection for Instagram picture of the week.

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How sweet and insane would it be to witness the “King” and two-time NBA champion get dunked on by Vino next season, especially after his Achilles injury. It would be crazy right? Well, let that thought sit for a moment and enjoy this graphic.

Thanks to @jearantula for this great picture.

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