Time Warner Cable SportsNet To Air 20 Unforgettable Kobe Bryant Games
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With the 2015-16 NBA season in progress, Kobe Bryant is currently in his 20th season with the Los Angeles Lakers. While the five-time champion is still finding his way on the court, he recently set the NBA record for most seasons played with one franchise in the team’s season opener.

As the exclusive local TV home of the Lakers, Time Warner Cable SportsNet announced today it will feature 20 of Kobe’s most unforgettable on-the-court performances through a special collection of classic “Timeless Lakers” games. This series begins tonight at 8:00 PM PST with Kobe making clutch shots in overtime against the Indiana Pacers in the 2000 NBA Finals.

Here is the press release via Time Warner Cable SportsNet:

El Segundo, CA (November 10, 2015)Time Warner Cable SportNet today announced it will bring fans a very special collection of classic “Timeless Lakers” games featuring twenty of Kobe Bryant’s most unforgettable on-the-court performances.  This series of storied games, many of which have not been seen since they were first telecast, will span Bryant’s entire NBA career with the Los Angeles Lakers and will include his 1997 match-up with Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls as well as his 61-point game at Madison Square Garden in 2009.

The first game in this special “Timeless Lakers” collection will air tonight, November 10th at 8:00 p.m. PT., and will feature the three memorable clutch-shots Bryant made in overtime that led the Lakers to victory over the Indiana Pacers at the 2000 NBA Finals.  That year, Bryant’s performance helped take the Lakers one step forward in the series and ultimately brought them their first championship title in twelve years.

 The list of games is as follows:

 “Timeless Lakers” Featuring Kobe Bryant on Time Warner Cable SportsNet 

Date Time (PT) Game
11/10/2015 8:00 PM 6/14/2000 –  NBA Finals, Game 4: Lakers at Pacers
11/17/2015 8:00 PM 4/30/2006 –  First Round, Game 4: Suns at Lakers
11/30/2015 8:00 PM 3/28/2003 –  Wizards at Lakers
12/4/2015 9:00 PM 12/4/2009 –  Heat at Lakers
12/7/2015 8:30 PM 12/6/2000 –  Lakers at Warriors
12/13/2015 8:00 PM 12/17/1997 – Lakers at Bulls
12/28/2015 8:00 PM 1/1/2010 –  Kings at Lakers
1/4/2016 8:00 PM 5/10/2000 – West Semis, Game 2: Suns at Lakers
1/24/2016 8:00 PM 1/22/2006 –  Raptors at Lakers
2/1/2016 8:00 PM 2/2/2009 –   Lakers at Knicks
2/6/2016 9:00 PM 5/29/2008 –  West Finals, Game 5: Spurs at Lakers
2/8/2016 8:00 PM 12/20/2005 –  Mavericks at Lakers
2/11/2016 8:00 PM 5/31/2002 –  West Finals, Game 6: Kings at Lakers
2/22/2016 9:00 PM 1/7/2003 –  Supersonics at Lakers
2/29/2016 8:00 PM 4/12/2013 –  Warriors at Lakers
3/7/2016 8:00 PM 3/21/1999 –  Lakers at Magic
3/17/2016 8:00 PM 3/16/2007 –  Trail Blazers at Lakers
3/21/2016 8:00 PM 3/22/2007 –  Lakers at Grizzlies
4/8/2016 9:00 PM 5/13/2001 –  West Semis, Game 4: Lakers at Kings
4/11/2016 9:00 PM 6/14/2009 – NBA Finals, Game 5: Lakers at Magic

GO KOBE, A LEGEND IN ACTION!

Cant wait to watch these Kobe classics on TWC Sports Net!

  • GO KOBE, A LEGEND IN ACTION!

    Cant wait to watch these Kobe classics on TWC Sports Net!

  • In other news…

    Mark Medina ‏@MarkG_Medina 9m9 minutes ago

    D’Angelo and Byron said they have split play calling “50-50 thus far. Byron has “no timeline” on when D’Angelo will just call plays

    Not entirely sure what this means but if it’s what I think it is, IMO, D Low should be calling all of the plays when on the court. Or should I say be relaying what Scott wants.

  • In other news…

    Mark Medina ‏@MarkG_Medina 9m9 minutes ago

    D’Angelo and Byron said they have split play calling “50-50 thus far. Byron has “no timeline” on when D’Angelo will just call plays

    Not entirely sure what this means but if it’s what I think it is, IMO, D Low should be calling all of the plays when on the court. Or should I say be relaying what Scott wants.

  • Wow Miami is favorite by 11.5 tonight. No respect, I’d take that bet.

  • Wow Miami is favorite by 11.5 tonight. No respect, I’d take that bet.

  • And when Russell is calling plays the players are ignoring him. Damn it. Help the rook out!

  • And when Russell is calling plays the players are ignoring him. Damn it. Help the rook out!

  • They were saying something on the radio about that, I didn’t hear everything but they were saying that he was acting crazy like he was on drugs or something

  • They were saying something on the radio about that, I didn’t hear everything but they were saying that he was acting crazy like he was on drugs or something

  • Mike Trudell ‏@LakersReporter 6h6 hours ago

    L.A. are running more, playing faster so far this season, ranking 5th in the NBA in pace at 103.7, after coming in 14th in 2014-15 at 96.3.

    Mike Trudell ‏@LakersReporter 6h6 hours ago

    LAL are also shooting many more 3’s, attempting 29.8 per game (3rd in NBA), but aren’t hitting them, ranking just 27th (29.1%).

    Eric Pincus ‏@EricPincus 12m12 minutes ago

    Lakers offense ARE near the bottom of the league in assist per game as a team at 17.8 – but lack of PnR not an issue

    Eric Pincus ‏@EricPincus 14m14 minutes ago

    Lakers run PnR with 3rd most frequency in NBA (22.0%) – 46.0% scoring frequency out of PnR = top in league

    Eric Pincus ‏@EricPincus 14m14 minutes ago

    I’m not pretending Lakers offense is Golden State – they’re struggling, the team doesn’t pass well – they do run PnR a lot however

    Very interesting stats about the Scott system this year. I’ve been very hard on Byron for not being more modern but it looks like he’s trying to adapt. Player execution may be more of the problem.

  • Mike Trudell ‏@LakersReporter 6h6 hours ago

    L.A. are running more, playing faster so far this season, ranking 5th in the NBA in pace at 103.7, after coming in 14th in 2014-15 at 96.3.

    Mike Trudell ‏@LakersReporter 6h6 hours ago

    LAL are also shooting many more 3’s, attempting 29.8 per game (3rd in NBA), but aren’t hitting them, ranking just 27th (29.1%).

    Eric Pincus ‏@EricPincus 12m12 minutes ago

    Lakers offense ARE near the bottom of the league in assist per game as a team at 17.8 – but lack of PnR not an issue

    Eric Pincus ‏@EricPincus 14m14 minutes ago

    Lakers run PnR with 3rd most frequency in NBA (22.0%) – 46.0% scoring frequency out of PnR = top in league

    Eric Pincus ‏@EricPincus 14m14 minutes ago

    I’m not pretending Lakers offense is Golden State – they’re struggling, the team doesn’t pass well – they do run PnR a lot however

    Very interesting stats about the Scott system this year. I’ve been very hard on Byron for not being more modern but it looks like he’s trying to adapt. Player execution may be more of the problem.

  • Yeah, I saw that too. I would say that our issue is perimiter shooting. Clarkson has been awesome, but Kobe, Russell haven’t been good at shooting and Randle, Roy have limited range. Probably need to shake that lineup up a bit or get them to shoot better.

  • Yeah, I saw that too. I would say that our issue is perimiter shooting. Clarkson has been awesome, but Kobe, Russell haven’t been good at shooting and Randle, Roy have limited range. Probably need to shake that lineup up a bit or get them to shoot better.

  • Kobe and Lou are the main cogs pulling down the shooting percentages. In a surprise move…

    Mike Trudell ‏@LakersReporter 4m4 minutes ago

    Kobe Bryant will not play tonight in Miami. Team has decided he will rest.

    We’ll get our first look at how the team does minus Kobe this season. I won’t make much of it but you know it will be heated discussions after the game tonight.

  • Kobe and Lou are the main cogs pulling down the shooting percentages. In a surprise move…

    Mike Trudell ‏@LakersReporter 4m4 minutes ago

    Kobe Bryant will not play tonight in Miami. Team has decided he will rest.

    We’ll get our first look at how the team does minus Kobe this season. I won’t make much of it but you know it will be heated discussions after the game tonight.

  • Lol, yep! I am excited. I think they will play hard but this is a tough matchup

  • Lol, yep! I am excited. I think they will play hard but this is a tough matchup

  • I’m looking forward to Hibbert VS. Whiteside, Randle VS Bosh, and Russell VS Dragic. Randle may be in for a rough night.

  • I’m looking forward to Hibbert VS. Whiteside, Randle VS Bosh, and Russell VS Dragic. Randle may be in for a rough night.

  • Definitely agree. Bosh’s length will give Randle trouble. Good for him though, more tape he gets on these guys the better he can prepare.

  • Definitely agree. Bosh’s length will give Randle trouble. Good for him though, more tape he gets on these guys the better he can prepare.

  • Yea but when Vegas makes the lines they take everything into consideration. If Kobe was playing it might be closer to -8

  • Yea but when Vegas makes the lines they take everything into consideration. If Kobe was playing it might be closer to -8

  • Not much difference, what’s interesting to see is the kobe apologist rant if we loose the game

  • Not much difference, what’s interesting to see is the kobe apologist rant if we loose the game

  • I’m hoping we get to see A. Brown on the second unit. Would be interesting to see him and Winslow go at it.

  • I’m hoping we get to see A. Brown on the second unit. Would be interesting to see him and Winslow go at it.

  • I already watch some better moments of Kobe in that half an hour before the today’s game.

  • I already watch some better moments of Kobe in that half an hour before the today’s game.

  • 5-time NBA champion: 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009, 2010

    7 NBA Finals appearances: 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2010

    2-time NBA Finals MVP: 2009, 2010

    NBA
    Most Valuable Player:
    2008

    2-time scoring champion: 2006, 2007

    17-time NBA All-Star: 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005,
    2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

    17
    consecutive selections, 13 consecutive appearances (No All-Star game in 1999
    due to a league-wide lockout)

    Missed
    the 2010 and 2014 games due to injury

    4-time NBA
    All-Star Game MVP: 2002, 2007, 2009,
    2011 (shared the 2009 award with Shaquille O’Neal)

    15-time All-NBA Team selection:

    First team:
    2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

    Second team:
    2000, 2001

    Third team:
    1999, 2005

    12-time All-Defensive Team selection:

    First team:
    2000, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

    Second team:
    2001, 2002, 2012

    NBA All-Rookie Team selection:

    Second team:
    1997

    NBA Slam
    Dunk Contest champion: 1997

    17-time Player of the Month: December 2000, November 2001, January 2003, March 2004,
    January 2006, April 2006, December 2006, March 2007, April 2007, February 2008,
    April 2008, December 2008, January 2009, December 2009, March 2011,
    December/January 2012, February 2013

    Player
    of the Month was awarded separately to Eastern and Western Conference starting
    from the 2001–02 season.

    NBA regular season leader:

    games played:
    1998–99 (50), 2007–08 (82), 2008–09 (82)

    usage percentage: 2005–06 (38.7), 2010–11 (35.1), 2011-12 (35.7)

    points: 2002–03 (2,461),
    2005–06 (2,832, 7th in NBA history), 2006–07 (2,430), 2007–08 (2,323)

    points per game: 2005–06 (35.4, 8th in NBA history), 2006–07 (31.6)

    field goals attempted: 2005–06 (2,173), 2006–07 (1,757), 2007–08 (1,690),
    2010–11 (1,639), 2011-12 (1336)

    field goals made: 2002–03 (868), 2005–06 (978), 2006–07 (813)

    free throws attempted: 2006–07 (768)

    free throws made: 2005–06 (696), 2006–07 (667)

    2nd most points in a game: 81 (on January 22, 2006 vs. the Toronto Raptors)

    2x Best NBA Player ESPY
    Award winner: 2008, 2010

    NBA playoffs leader:

    win shares:
    2001 (3.8)

    points: 2004 (539),
    2008 (633), 2009 (695), 2010 (671)

    points per game: 2003 (32.1), 2007 (32.8), 2008 (30.1)

    minutes played: 2002 (833), 2004 (973)

    field goals made: 2004 (190), 2008 (222), 2009 (242), 2010
    (234)

    field goals attempted: 2002 (431), 2004 (460), 2008 (463), 2009
    (530), 2010 (511)

    free throws made: 2004 (135), 2008 (157), 2009 (174), 2010
    (154)

    free throws attempted: 2008 (194), 2010 (183)

    steals: 2000 (32),
    2009 (38)

    turnovers:
    2010 (79)

    personal fouls: 2000 (89)

  • 5-time NBA champion: 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009, 2010

    7 NBA Finals appearances: 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2010

    2-time NBA Finals MVP: 2009, 2010

    NBA
    Most Valuable Player:
    2008

    2-time scoring champion: 2006, 2007

    17-time NBA All-Star: 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005,
    2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

    17
    consecutive selections, 13 consecutive appearances (No All-Star game in 1999
    due to a league-wide lockout)

    Missed
    the 2010 and 2014 games due to injury

    4-time NBA
    All-Star Game MVP: 2002, 2007, 2009,
    2011 (shared the 2009 award with Shaquille O’Neal)

    15-time All-NBA Team selection:

    First team:
    2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

    Second team:
    2000, 2001

    Third team:
    1999, 2005

    12-time All-Defensive Team selection:

    First team:
    2000, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

    Second team:
    2001, 2002, 2012

    NBA All-Rookie Team selection:

    Second team:
    1997

    NBA Slam
    Dunk Contest champion: 1997

    17-time Player of the Month: December 2000, November 2001, January 2003, March 2004,
    January 2006, April 2006, December 2006, March 2007, April 2007, February 2008,
    April 2008, December 2008, January 2009, December 2009, March 2011,
    December/January 2012, February 2013

    Player
    of the Month was awarded separately to Eastern and Western Conference starting
    from the 2001–02 season.

    NBA regular season leader:

    games played:
    1998–99 (50), 2007–08 (82), 2008–09 (82)

    usage percentage: 2005–06 (38.7), 2010–11 (35.1), 2011-12 (35.7)

    points: 2002–03 (2,461),
    2005–06 (2,832, 7th in NBA history), 2006–07 (2,430), 2007–08 (2,323)

    points per game: 2005–06 (35.4, 8th in NBA history), 2006–07 (31.6)

    field goals attempted: 2005–06 (2,173), 2006–07 (1,757), 2007–08 (1,690),
    2010–11 (1,639), 2011-12 (1336)

    field goals made: 2002–03 (868), 2005–06 (978), 2006–07 (813)

    free throws attempted: 2006–07 (768)

    free throws made: 2005–06 (696), 2006–07 (667)

    2nd most points in a game: 81 (on January 22, 2006 vs. the Toronto Raptors)

    2x Best NBA Player ESPY
    Award winner: 2008, 2010

    NBA playoffs leader:

    win shares:
    2001 (3.8)

    points: 2004 (539),
    2008 (633), 2009 (695), 2010 (671)

    points per game: 2003 (32.1), 2007 (32.8), 2008 (30.1)

    minutes played: 2002 (833), 2004 (973)

    field goals made: 2004 (190), 2008 (222), 2009 (242), 2010
    (234)

    field goals attempted: 2002 (431), 2004 (460), 2008 (463), 2009
    (530), 2010 (511)

    free throws made: 2004 (135), 2008 (157), 2009 (174), 2010
    (154)

    free throws attempted: 2008 (194), 2010 (183)

    steals: 2000 (32),
    2009 (38)

    turnovers:
    2010 (79)

    personal fouls: 2000 (89)

  • NBA Record

    Currently holds

    Bryant scored 50 points or more in four
    consecutive games in 2007.

    Bryant holds or shares numerous NBA records:

    Most Seasons played for a single NBA Franchise: 20

    Most
    All-Star Game MVP awards won, career: 4 (tied with Bob Pettit)

    Most
    All-Star Game points scored, career: 280

    Most
    All-Star Game field goals made, career: 115

    Most
    offensive rebounds in an All-Star Game: 10

    Most
    All-NBA Total Selections won, career: 16

    Most
    All-NBA First Team honors won, career: 11 (tied with Karl Malone)

    Most
    All-Defensive First Team honors won, career: 9 (tied with Michael Jordan, Gary Payton, and Kevin Garnett)

    Only
    player in NBA history with more than 30,000 points and 6,000 assists.

    Most
    three-point field goals made, one game: 12 (on January 7, 2003
    vs. Seattle SuperSonics; shared with Donyell
    Marshall)

    Most
    three-point field goal attempts, career-playoffs: 882

    Most
    field goal attempts, career-playoffs: 4,499

    Most
    three-point field goal attempts, career-finals: 153

    Most
    free throws made, four-game playoff series: 51 (second round vs.
    Sacramento Kings, 2001)

    Most
    points scored in one arena, career: 13,812 (as of March 9, 2012,
    at Staples Center, Los Angeles)

    Surpassed Hakeem Olajuwon, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 24,000 points: (31 years, 76 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Since
    surpassed by LeBron James, who achieved this at 30 years, 17 days

    Youngest
    player to score 25,000 points: (31 years, 151 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 26,000 points: (32 years, 80 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 27,000 points: (32 years, 160 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 28,000 points: (33 years, 131 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 29,000 points: (33 years, 199 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 30,000 points: (34 years, 104 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 31,000 points: (34 years, 185 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 32,000 points: (36 years, 87 days)

    Surpassed
    Karl Malone, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to be named to the NBA All-Rookie Team: (1996–97)

    Youngest
    player to be named to the NBA All-Defensive Team: (1999–00)

    Youngest
    player to start a game: (18 years, 158 days)

    Youngest
    player to win the NBA Slam Dunk Championship: (18 years, 169 days)

    Youngest
    player to start an All-Star game: (19 years, 169 days)

    Only
    player in NBA history to score at least 600 points in the postseason for three
    consecutive years.

    633 (2008), 695 (2009), 671 (2010)

  • NBA Record

    Currently holds

    Bryant scored 50 points or more in four
    consecutive games in 2007.

    Bryant holds or shares numerous NBA records:

    Most Seasons played for a single NBA Franchise: 20

    Most
    All-Star Game MVP awards won, career: 4 (tied with Bob Pettit)

    Most
    All-Star Game points scored, career: 280

    Most
    All-Star Game field goals made, career: 115

    Most
    offensive rebounds in an All-Star Game: 10

    Most
    All-NBA Total Selections won, career: 16

    Most
    All-NBA First Team honors won, career: 11 (tied with Karl Malone)

    Most
    All-Defensive First Team honors won, career: 9 (tied with Michael Jordan, Gary Payton, and Kevin Garnett)

    Only
    player in NBA history with more than 30,000 points and 6,000 assists.

    Most
    three-point field goals made, one game: 12 (on January 7, 2003
    vs. Seattle SuperSonics; shared with Donyell
    Marshall)

    Most
    three-point field goal attempts, career-playoffs: 882

    Most
    field goal attempts, career-playoffs: 4,499

    Most
    three-point field goal attempts, career-finals: 153

    Most
    free throws made, four-game playoff series: 51 (second round vs.
    Sacramento Kings, 2001)

    Most
    points scored in one arena, career: 13,812 (as of March 9, 2012,
    at Staples Center, Los Angeles)

    Surpassed Hakeem Olajuwon, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 24,000 points: (31 years, 76 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Since
    surpassed by LeBron James, who achieved this at 30 years, 17 days

    Youngest
    player to score 25,000 points: (31 years, 151 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 26,000 points: (32 years, 80 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 27,000 points: (32 years, 160 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 28,000 points: (33 years, 131 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 29,000 points: (33 years, 199 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 30,000 points: (34 years, 104 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 31,000 points: (34 years, 185 days)

    Surpassed
    Wilt Chamberlain, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to score 32,000 points: (36 years, 87 days)

    Surpassed
    Karl Malone, the previous holder of the record

    Youngest
    player to be named to the NBA All-Rookie Team: (1996–97)

    Youngest
    player to be named to the NBA All-Defensive Team: (1999–00)

    Youngest
    player to start a game: (18 years, 158 days)

    Youngest
    player to win the NBA Slam Dunk Championship: (18 years, 169 days)

    Youngest
    player to start an All-Star game: (19 years, 169 days)

    Only
    player in NBA history to score at least 600 points in the postseason for three
    consecutive years.

    633 (2008), 695 (2009), 671 (2010)

  • Los Angeles Lakers franchise record

    Bryant set a record at the modern Madison Square Garden with 61 points.

    Bryant holds or shares numerous Lakers franchise
    records:

    Most seasons played

    20
    (1996–1997 to 2015–2016)

    Most playoff seasons played

    15
    (1997 – 2004, 2006 – 2012)

    Most All-Star Game Selections

    17
    (1998, 2000 – 2015)

    Most All-NBA First Team

    11
    (2002 – 2004, 2006 – 2013)

    Most All-Defensive First Team

    9
    (2000, 2003 – 2004, 2006 – 2011)

    Games

    Most
    career regular-season games played: 1,277

    Most
    career playoff games played: 220

    Points

    Career: 32,482 (as
    of January 22, 2015)

    Surpassed Jerry
    West, the previous holder
    of the record, on February 1, 2010

    Career,
    playoffs: 5,640 (as of May 12, 2011)

    Surpassed
    Jerry West, the previous holder of the record, on April 23, 2010)

    Season: 2,832 (2005–06)

    Game: 81 (on
    January 22, 2006 vs. Toronto Raptors)

    Half: 55 (2nd
    half, on January 22, 2006 vs. Toronto Raptors)

    Quarter: 30 (twice,
    most recently on November 30, 2006 in 3rd quarter vs. Utah Jazz)

    Games scoring 60 points
    or more, career: 5 (as
    of March 22, 2011)

    Games scoring 50 points
    or more, career: 24 (as
    of March 22, 2011)

    Games
    scoring 50 points or more, season: 10 (2006–07)

    Games scoring 40 points
    or more, career: 121 (as
    of April 13, 2013)

    Games
    scoring 40 points or more, season: 27 (2005–06)

    Consecutive
    games of 50 points or more: 4 (March 16–23, 2007)

    Behind
    Wilt Chamberlain (7 consecutive games five times in 1961–62)

    Consecutive
    games of 40 points or more: 9 (February 6–23, 2003)

    Tied
    with Michael Jordan (1986–87) and behind Wilt Chamberlain (14 consecutive games
    twice in 1961–62 and 10 consecutive games in 1962–63)

    Field goals made and attempted

    Career
    attempts: 22,866 (as of November 17, 2012)

    Career: 10,286 (as of March
    9, 2012)

    Career,
    playoffs: 2,014 (as of May 12, 2011)

    Career
    attempts, playoffs: 4,499 (as of May 12, 2011)

    Half: 18 (2nd
    half, on January 22, 2006 vs. Toronto Raptors)

    Half
    attempts: 28 (tied with Elgin
    Baylor; on November 17, 2002
    at Boston Celtics)

    Half,
    playoffs: 12 (tied with Elgin Baylor; on April 20, 2003
    at Minnesota Timberwolves)

    Quarter: 11 (twice,
    most recently on January 22, 2006 vs. Toronto Raptors)

    Quarter
    attempts, playoffs: 13 (tied with 3 players; on May 13, 2003
    at San Antonio Spurs)

    Free throws made and attempted

    Career: 7,463 (as
    of November 17, 2012)

    Career
    attempts: 8,903 (as of November 17, 2012)

    Career,
    playoffs: 1,320 (as of June 18, 2011)

    Career
    attempts, playoffs: 1,617 (as of June 18, 2011)

    Game,
    playoffs: 21 (on May 4, 2008 vs. Utah Jazz)

    Quarter,
    playoffs: 11 (tied with 3 players; on May 8, 1997 vs. Utah
    Jazz)

    Most
    free throws in a game without a miss, playoffs: 18 (May 18,
    2012)

    Consecutive: 62 (January
    11–22, 2006)

    Three-point field goals made and attempted

    Career: 1,521 (as
    of November 17, 2012)

    Career,
    playoffs: 292 (as of March 9, 2012)

    Game: 12 (on
    January 7, 2003 vs. Seattle SuperSonics)

    Half: 8 (1st
    half, on March 28, 2003 vs. Washington Wizards)

    Consecutive: 9 (on
    January 7, 2003 vs. Seattle SuperSonics) Career attempts: 4,511 (as
    of November 17, 2012)

    Career
    attempts, playoffs: 882 (as of June 18, 2011)

    Season
    attempts: 518 (2005–06)

    Game
    attempts: 18 (on January 7, 2003 vs. Seattle SuperSonics)

    Steals

    Career: 1,734 (November
    17, 2012)

    Half: 6 (tied
    with 3 players; on February 13, 2006 vs. Utah Jazz)

    Quarter,
    playoffs: 3 (five times, tied with 9 players; most recently on
    June 15, 2008 vs. Boston Celtics)

    Minutes played

    Career: 42,705 (as
    of November 17, 2012)

    Career,
    playoffs: 8,641 (as of June 18, 2011)

    Personal Fouls

    Career: 3226 (as
    of December 16, 2014)

    Career,
    playoffs: 660 (as of June 18, 2011)

    Turnovers

    Career: 3509 (as
    of December 7, 2012)

  • Los Angeles Lakers franchise record

    Bryant set a record at the modern Madison Square Garden with 61 points.

    Bryant holds or shares numerous Lakers franchise
    records:

    Most seasons played

    20
    (1996–1997 to 2015–2016)

    Most playoff seasons played

    15
    (1997 – 2004, 2006 – 2012)

    Most All-Star Game Selections

    17
    (1998, 2000 – 2015)

    Most All-NBA First Team

    11
    (2002 – 2004, 2006 – 2013)

    Most All-Defensive First Team

    9
    (2000, 2003 – 2004, 2006 – 2011)

    Games

    Most
    career regular-season games played: 1,277

    Most
    career playoff games played: 220

    Points

    Career: 32,482 (as
    of January 22, 2015)

    Surpassed Jerry
    West, the previous holder
    of the record, on February 1, 2010

    Career,
    playoffs: 5,640 (as of May 12, 2011)

    Surpassed
    Jerry West, the previous holder of the record, on April 23, 2010)

    Season: 2,832 (2005–06)

    Game: 81 (on
    January 22, 2006 vs. Toronto Raptors)

    Half: 55 (2nd
    half, on January 22, 2006 vs. Toronto Raptors)

    Quarter: 30 (twice,
    most recently on November 30, 2006 in 3rd quarter vs. Utah Jazz)

    Games scoring 60 points
    or more, career: 5 (as
    of March 22, 2011)

    Games scoring 50 points
    or more, career: 24 (as
    of March 22, 2011)

    Games
    scoring 50 points or more, season: 10 (2006–07)

    Games scoring 40 points
    or more, career: 121 (as
    of April 13, 2013)

    Games
    scoring 40 points or more, season: 27 (2005–06)

    Consecutive
    games of 50 points or more: 4 (March 16–23, 2007)

    Behind
    Wilt Chamberlain (7 consecutive games five times in 1961–62)

    Consecutive
    games of 40 points or more: 9 (February 6–23, 2003)

    Tied
    with Michael Jordan (1986–87) and behind Wilt Chamberlain (14 consecutive games
    twice in 1961–62 and 10 consecutive games in 1962–63)

    Field goals made and attempted

    Career
    attempts: 22,866 (as of November 17, 2012)

    Career: 10,286 (as of March
    9, 2012)

    Career,
    playoffs: 2,014 (as of May 12, 2011)

    Career
    attempts, playoffs: 4,499 (as of May 12, 2011)

    Half: 18 (2nd
    half, on January 22, 2006 vs. Toronto Raptors)

    Half
    attempts: 28 (tied with Elgin
    Baylor; on November 17, 2002
    at Boston Celtics)

    Half,
    playoffs: 12 (tied with Elgin Baylor; on April 20, 2003
    at Minnesota Timberwolves)

    Quarter: 11 (twice,
    most recently on January 22, 2006 vs. Toronto Raptors)

    Quarter
    attempts, playoffs: 13 (tied with 3 players; on May 13, 2003
    at San Antonio Spurs)

    Free throws made and attempted

    Career: 7,463 (as
    of November 17, 2012)

    Career
    attempts: 8,903 (as of November 17, 2012)

    Career,
    playoffs: 1,320 (as of June 18, 2011)

    Career
    attempts, playoffs: 1,617 (as of June 18, 2011)

    Game,
    playoffs: 21 (on May 4, 2008 vs. Utah Jazz)

    Quarter,
    playoffs: 11 (tied with 3 players; on May 8, 1997 vs. Utah
    Jazz)

    Most
    free throws in a game without a miss, playoffs: 18 (May 18,
    2012)

    Consecutive: 62 (January
    11–22, 2006)

    Three-point field goals made and attempted

    Career: 1,521 (as
    of November 17, 2012)

    Career,
    playoffs: 292 (as of March 9, 2012)

    Game: 12 (on
    January 7, 2003 vs. Seattle SuperSonics)

    Half: 8 (1st
    half, on March 28, 2003 vs. Washington Wizards)

    Consecutive: 9 (on
    January 7, 2003 vs. Seattle SuperSonics) Career attempts: 4,511 (as
    of November 17, 2012)

    Career
    attempts, playoffs: 882 (as of June 18, 2011)

    Season
    attempts: 518 (2005–06)

    Game
    attempts: 18 (on January 7, 2003 vs. Seattle SuperSonics)

    Steals

    Career: 1,734 (November
    17, 2012)

    Half: 6 (tied
    with 3 players; on February 13, 2006 vs. Utah Jazz)

    Quarter,
    playoffs: 3 (five times, tied with 9 players; most recently on
    June 15, 2008 vs. Boston Celtics)

    Minutes played

    Career: 42,705 (as
    of November 17, 2012)

    Career,
    playoffs: 8,641 (as of June 18, 2011)

    Personal Fouls

    Career: 3226 (as
    of December 16, 2014)

    Career,
    playoffs: 660 (as of June 18, 2011)

    Turnovers

    Career: 3509 (as
    of December 7, 2012)

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