Kobe Bryant Full Highlights vs Nuggets 2009 WCF GM6 - 35 Pts, 10 Assists

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2009 Western Conference Finals Game 6, May 29, 2009 | Kobe Bryant didn't want what happened to the Lakers in the conference semi-finals against Houston happen again with the Lakers coming into the opposing team's home court with a chance to close the series out in 6 games. After just pulling away with game 5 in a nail-biter at home, the Lakers knew it would be in their best interest to finish the job in Denver to avoid another game 7, and they responded with a nearly perfect performance. #24 led the offensive juggernaut with an unblemished stat line of 35 points (12-20 from the field), 6 rebounds, 10 assists, and only 1 turnover. After the Nuggets hung tough in the beginning, the Lakers began to pull away late in the 2nd quarter and never looked back. LA emerged victorious in dominant fashion, winning 119-92 in a hostile environment to clinch their second consecutive appearance in the NBA Finals.
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@Tino44954
@Tino44954 4 жыл бұрын
The 2008-2010 playoff performances from Kobe is what made me come to conclusion that Kobe is the best and most skilled player ever. Jordan might be the GOAT when it comes to accolades and achievements but when it comes to pure skills and will Kobe is the one.
@princesschilumba3889
@princesschilumba3889 3 жыл бұрын
Mr. Pop Culture facts 💯
@IsaacMSingleton1
@IsaacMSingleton1 Ай бұрын
Kobe overcame all the hate and discrediting to win 2 titles in a row, so close to a 3 peat. Kobe lost out on a 3 peat because of the original big 3, and still came back 2 years later and beat them. The black mamba will never be replicated
@AyooBudd
@AyooBudd Ай бұрын
Crazy To Think If The Celtics Big 3 Never Joined He Would’ve Won 3 In A Row 😭
@KungaMatata
@KungaMatata 7 жыл бұрын
Kobe should've won MVP that year. The Lakers were 2-0 against the Cavs and they only lost one less game then them while playing in a tougher Western conference.
@sohaminyoh
@sohaminyoh 7 жыл бұрын
Nah LeBron, Wade, Brandon Roy, and CP3 had better seasons than him
@micklemore
@micklemore 7 жыл бұрын
+Ernesto Hendrix that year the Lakers had the second best record in the league just one game behind the cavs. every other player you mentioned played on a team with a worse record. it was really either lebron or Kobe
@sohaminyoh
@sohaminyoh 7 жыл бұрын
micklemore That's because he was on a much better team. None of those other players had a #2 as good as Gasol on their team. CP3 and LeBron truly carried their teams that season.
@cloudunderweather9554
@cloudunderweather9554 7 жыл бұрын
Exactly. Hence "most valuable player" not "best team". Tbh Kobe was still a solid candidate since the lakers would not have won without him, but I would make the argument that the cavs would not even had made the playoffs without lebron. He was the team, sadly. Kobe had a team that wasn't full of stars, but had REALLY good chemistry that year (and the next year too).
@sambafootball123
@sambafootball123 7 жыл бұрын
this argument is flawed because going by your logic, Melo should win an MVP in 2012 and Durant in 2013 i think, and not Lebron. Personally, i feel there was no point awarding Lberon 2 MVP titles while he played with the Heat. He had 2 all star team mates/franchise players in Bosh and Wade so idg. 08-2010 should've been won by Kobe because the Lakers would have gone nowhere without him. Same could be said for Lebron but ill ask you this, who was the better player in those years? Kobe. Lebron proved he wasnt good enough and that's why he didnt make the finals and he jumped ship in 2010. Lebron was the face of the new NBA, given the rise of social media and all that. and kobe never had a team as stacked as lebron's miami teams, and MJ's 6-0 Bulls. And to Everyone who says Lebron is better than Kobe and could be compared to JORDAN, Do Kobe and Mj lose to Dallas and Spurs given Lebron's MiaMI teams? understand i did not mention the 2007 finals and 2015 cuz he had no help. My opinion
@AHMAD-2324
@AHMAD-2324 4 жыл бұрын
The only player in NBA history to sweep a 50 Win 8th seed team an in 3 different playoff runs he had to go thru an entire conference of 50+wins. All three time's he did that they won a Championship. We really under estimated his GREATNESS RIP King Kobe we will forever miss you!💪🏿🏀💛💜
@ohhhyeahhh1174
@ohhhyeahhh1174 2 жыл бұрын
The media beat his name to the floor, and all I can think off is that rape case he had, if that never came to light realistically he would of had more hardware like mvps and rings but that damn case always followed him and media always reminded people that kobe was always the villain, sucks kobe died a hero at the end kobe was able to win over the fans that hated him because of the media well almost.
@TheForkOnTheLeftist
@TheForkOnTheLeftist Жыл бұрын
yup but Lebron on his level... lol smh
@emmanueledano5194
@emmanueledano5194 Жыл бұрын
@@TheForkOnTheLeftist stat wise bron is ahead from all players but the way they played the game..kobe and mj is just built different
@TheForkOnTheLeftist
@TheForkOnTheLeftist Жыл бұрын
@@emmanueledano5194 I'm of the belief that stats mean little to nothing if they're not leading to winning. It irks me when people say Lebron is "making the right play". Maybe the wrong play is what he should have made lol
@asundelgun3487
@asundelgun3487 11 ай бұрын
And we never mention that he only played against 1 bad defense in the Western playoffs his whole career.(2010 Phoenix suns wcf)
@Maal7432
@Maal7432 7 жыл бұрын
He played a near perfect game. Not just about the stats. But the way he played in the flow of the offense, getting his teammates involved, and being patient. Wasn't forcing the issue either. Also played great defense. He dominated. Favorite Kobe game.
@JKALEDGENDZ
@JKALEDGENDZ 5 жыл бұрын
jmaal2345 gotta admit this is one of his best performances ever from how dominant he was on both ends and the great leadership, truly great
@shanedrayton7662
@shanedrayton7662 4 жыл бұрын
Facts
@johnreyes7120
@johnreyes7120 3 жыл бұрын
@Tom Ross TV best game first finals when shaq fouled out n a 21 year old Kobe literally took over the game n got the w
@Trevor10248
@Trevor10248 Жыл бұрын
Kobe himself at his 2009 camp said this was the best overall game he had ever played up to that point. kzbin.info/www/bejne/oWGVdJudq56ffbs
@guilvinmapalo7509
@guilvinmapalo7509 9 ай бұрын
Big check it's all about winning
@madnizz1511
@madnizz1511 4 жыл бұрын
R.I.P. Kobe. You’ll forever be missed.
@jessicalovelyamor2583
@jessicalovelyamor2583 4 жыл бұрын
I miss u Kobe Bryant aka Blackmamba #24 #8 thank u for the greatest memories 💛💜💛💜💛👅🙏👍
@jessicalovelyamor2583
@jessicalovelyamor2583 4 жыл бұрын
Kobe Doing Work #Mamba💛💜💛💜💛💍💍💍💍💍
@clutchfvm
@clutchfvm 3 жыл бұрын
Was not expecting to see this comment. Doesn’t feel real still..
@ernestodanielrodriguezacun6118
@ernestodanielrodriguezacun6118 3 жыл бұрын
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@ernestodanielrodriguezacun6118
@ernestodanielrodriguezacun6118 3 жыл бұрын
@@jessicalovelyamor2583 ll
@viskj
@viskj 5 жыл бұрын
The difference between stat padding and trying to win.
@staffordduncan2821
@staffordduncan2821 4 жыл бұрын
Exactly
@j8kolloko
@j8kolloko 4 жыл бұрын
👍Stats don't tell the whole story
@juliusulit1141
@juliusulit1141 4 жыл бұрын
Ahem Harden and Westbrook
@renrenmandi1787
@renrenmandi1787 4 жыл бұрын
@@juliusulit1141 LeBron yeeoo
@nickyvtown
@nickyvtown 4 жыл бұрын
Seriously the games not the same anymore. They act like they’re playing 2k or something
@tubenachos
@tubenachos 6 жыл бұрын
The most overlooked part of Kobe, Free Throws.
@Beyonder-rq2gx
@Beyonder-rq2gx 6 ай бұрын
He shot 95% in the entire 2009 playoffs🎉
@nniivekkappo7544
@nniivekkappo7544 4 жыл бұрын
Playing, acting, talking and pushing himself and his teammates like they're not leading by 20. No mercy indeed. Damn. This man isn't supposed to die yet. Damn I miss you so much kobe. Thanks for everything. You are still and will only be my idol. 😣💔💗😭
@DreDaDon16
@DreDaDon16 7 жыл бұрын
This Denver team is better than every East team Lebron has beaten in the playoffs the past 6 years
@sohaminyoh
@sohaminyoh 7 жыл бұрын
Nope 2015 Hawks, 2016 Raptors, 2014 Pacers, 2011 Celtics, and 2011 Bulls were all better than this Denver team
@Myblacknadz
@Myblacknadz 7 жыл бұрын
only the Celtics were better and that was the worse year of the Celtics big 3 team.
@jerometamalla3533
@jerometamalla3533 7 жыл бұрын
idiot..team Denver in at west conference.. not in East.. fucking brain do you have
@sohaminyoh
@sohaminyoh 7 жыл бұрын
Sorry but that's just a shallow and uninformed analysis. All of those teams that I listed had better records than that Denver team. The Hawks were the best team in the East that regular season and they were being coached by Budenholzer who implemented Spurs style basketball after being an assistant coach for them. They had Korver producing historical shooting numbers and they had one of the best defensive players in the league in Millsap. The Pacers were the best defensive team in the league that year as well as having the best record in the East. This season was one Paul George's best and we all know him to be one of the best 2 way players in the league. I also forgot to add the 2013 Pacers to the list of teams that were better than the 09 Nuggets. You might be confusing the 2011 Celtics with the 2012 Celtics because the latter was the worst year for the big 3. The 2011 Celtics were one of the best defensive teams that year. At this point, Pierce, one of the greatest small forwards of all time, was the best player on the team. Don't forget that they still had future HOFer Garnett, Rondo, and Allen giving major production. 2011 Bulls had the best record in the East that season and they were being led by MVP Derrick Rose. While Rose was giving them major offensive production, the Bulls that year were the defensive team in the league with their offensive anchor in Joakim Noah.
@sohaminyoh
@sohaminyoh 7 жыл бұрын
+Jerome Tamalla What are you talking about?
@JromeZeta
@JromeZeta 2 жыл бұрын
The main difference I see here, compared to Kobe's first championship run, is that he's using his basketball IQ more, being able to break down the defense, stay disciplined on both ends of the floor, and elevate his teammates to the best of their ability. Kobe relied more on his explosiveness in that first three-peat run with Shaq. Seeing the evolution of his game as he got older was a thing of beauty.
@Marcus_shawn
@Marcus_shawn 10 ай бұрын
He was like 21 at that time he was in his early 30s here
@enigmathegrayman2953
@enigmathegrayman2953 4 жыл бұрын
I’m a Nuggets fan, but I’m crying today RIP Kobe Bryant
@umangmehta9155
@umangmehta9155 6 жыл бұрын
Give me this kobe over prime lebron all day.
@shanedrayton7662
@shanedrayton7662 5 жыл бұрын
Umang Mehta damn right
@TheMrKobeBryant2012
@TheMrKobeBryant2012 4 жыл бұрын
The killer instinct mentality and leadership....what stats can't really show.
@TheMrKobeBryant2012
@TheMrKobeBryant2012 4 жыл бұрын
But this stat puts Kobe over LeBron. 5-2 versus 3-6
@alexanderadonyae7937
@alexanderadonyae7937 4 жыл бұрын
@@TheMrKobeBryant2012 true💯
@yeyal1718
@yeyal1718 4 жыл бұрын
Avril Lavigne luckily Kobe didn’t have to face the greatest team ever assembled (warriors) 🚶‍♂️
@Heie_
@Heie_ 6 жыл бұрын
I remember this time so vivid Kobe was a man on a mission you can tell he gave it his all and more he's leaning over breathing hard during the interviews he was so hungry and we haven't seen a will like this since
@thegrudge
@thegrudge 5 жыл бұрын
Alton Rodgers same. I even remember where I was and who I was with when I watched it. One of my all time favorite games from him. Controlled the game so well, everything looked like slow motion compared to him.
@bookieallen7448
@bookieallen7448 11 ай бұрын
Kobe average 34 6&6 on 48%fg 93%ft 36%from 3 also played great defense on Chauncey Billups held him to 39 %fg
@armanboghossian3321
@armanboghossian3321 8 жыл бұрын
Don't these away crowds ever learn? Booing Kobe just makes him stronger and more determined to whoop your team's ass!
@Mayordomo32
@Mayordomo32 6 жыл бұрын
Orange Wood all you can do it sit back and enjoy
@markelleaskew201
@markelleaskew201 2 жыл бұрын
If Kobe was playing in 2021 with no crowd, a quiet gym where he can talk trash a really focus. That’s kinda scary to think about
@jordanmusclestrength2503
@jordanmusclestrength2503 7 жыл бұрын
people underrate Kobe's ability to lift up his teammates. Look at his lineup here. As soon as all of the starting 5 left Kobe and the Lakers their career took a major nosedive. Bynum pretty much became irrelevant and retired, Odom same thing, Walton same thing, Ariza's production has been sub par since leaving, and Pau too. Then Fisher and most of the bench are retired or out of the league.
@edwinfcapidos
@edwinfcapidos 6 жыл бұрын
Jordan Muscle&Strength Lebron needs 2 more superstars just to get a ring. Kobe just need some role players.
@joshuahaynes7128
@joshuahaynes7128 6 жыл бұрын
I agree .. the 08-09-10 teams wasnt super talented but they had length with odom-gasol-bynum .. odom played a big role for us in them days .. but kobe was special back then the best player ive watched play basketball since mj
@josephuriah-benisrael5977
@josephuriah-benisrael5977 5 жыл бұрын
Absolutely
@gickdjoud8892
@gickdjoud8892 5 жыл бұрын
+Joseph Uriah-Ben Israel. Very true.
@RLee8512
@RLee8512 4 жыл бұрын
Good point that their careers dwindled after they left kobe
@tayacole857
@tayacole857 Жыл бұрын
MJ and Kobe were just flat out relentless.
@akonvict
@akonvict 4 жыл бұрын
2009 was a GREAT YEAR to be a Laker fan, KOBE was steamrolling THE ENTIRE LEAGUE!!!
@edgaryzen4925
@edgaryzen4925 9 ай бұрын
And 2010 in a unexpected dramatic fashion 😅
@kevinhorry4182
@kevinhorry4182 6 жыл бұрын
We always had a chance to win because of Kobe. The man was on a mission his whole career!
@DjWarp79
@DjWarp79 8 ай бұрын
I have watched a lot of Laker games that i almost throw our tv because Lakers is losing, but with his relentless sheer will and tenacity. They overturn a losing game countless times.
@pedrogates3189
@pedrogates3189 3 жыл бұрын
Kobe was just too much man I really miss watching this dude play i love Jordan and lebron but Kobe was my guy man rip legend !!
@raulochoa672
@raulochoa672 3 жыл бұрын
I missed watching the 2008, 2009 and 2010 Kobe Bryant was on a different level ! That run was the best
@Beyonder-rq2gx
@Beyonder-rq2gx 6 ай бұрын
2006-2013 kobe was prime kobe
@josephgonzales5877
@josephgonzales5877 Жыл бұрын
Kobe bean is the best player the game has ever seen but no one wants to admit the drive he had the guy was a 1 of 1
@seanmccullough2160
@seanmccullough2160 7 жыл бұрын
i love those that say kobe is selfish. he played this game with a great eye for flow as he picked his spots, to get others involved and then take over when needed. brilliant performance!
@sohaminyoh
@sohaminyoh 7 жыл бұрын
He didn't always pick his spots. There were many times that he did an 8 dribble iso that led to a contested jumper
@arturoluna475
@arturoluna475 7 жыл бұрын
yes he was brilliant. he had the Denver defense traumatized with his shooting, which is why @ 8:40 you see Nene bite on that fake like it was his last meal.
@dice1997
@dice1997 7 жыл бұрын
Ernesto Hendrix and still shot 45%. The difference between 50% is 10-20 45% is 9-20 all the while shooting mainly jumpers while Lebron is shooting layups.
@sohaminyoh
@sohaminyoh 7 жыл бұрын
Daniel Isome yes the difference between 50% and 45% is one field goal for a single game not an entire season. That's a huge difference. Plus are you really gonna fault LeBron for taking much more efficient shots?
@sohaminyoh
@sohaminyoh 7 жыл бұрын
Daniel Isome In 2006 he would've needed to make about 109 more shots than he did to shoot 50%
@ricky186sd123lol
@ricky186sd123lol 8 жыл бұрын
damn good times.
@juliusescano8270
@juliusescano8270 7 жыл бұрын
I miss these Lakers man.
@nniivekkappo7544
@nniivekkappo7544 4 жыл бұрын
Damn man. Kobe 😭
@dixonmixin10
@dixonmixin10 8 жыл бұрын
Uugghh I miss this team we were so badass! The twin towers, one the enforcer, the rim protector, the other with the silky smooth Euro-style, inside-outside. Fish, the wily veteran, always clutch, hard-nosed. Ariza, the perfect swingman, long and rangy, lockdown defense, crazy athletic. Odom, the freak, 6'10" can legit play all five positions, best 6th man in the league. Phil, the Zen master, the greatest coach in NBA history. The bench, Walton, Brown, Farmar, the Machine, ect...always providing the energy when the starters need a breather. Kobe, the black mamba, one of the greatest to ever play the game, unstoppable, the ultimate closer!
@ohhhyeahhh1174
@ohhhyeahhh1174 7 жыл бұрын
well fucking said!!!! 😭
@joshuahaynes7413
@joshuahaynes7413 6 жыл бұрын
dixonmixin10 no doubt brother . this was my favorite laker team with kobe on it .. but the best was the 01 laker team that only lost 1 game in the playoffs and that wad only because the anwser allen iverson went beast mode
@quashonahardesty6280
@quashonahardesty6280 6 жыл бұрын
You described that team very well I agree with you fully...I miss that team but the front office for whatever reason tore the team apart one player by one and for no good reason...I will never understand that!
@barackobama9958
@barackobama9958 4 жыл бұрын
As a lakers fan that started watching in 2008 this made me cry 😭😭
@baxterstocksandbondsman6321
@baxterstocksandbondsman6321 3 жыл бұрын
The great bailout
@ExpCommie
@ExpCommie 9 жыл бұрын
The GOAT
@odaine45
@odaine45 8 жыл бұрын
+xxplosive GOAT
@joshhaynes3126
@joshhaynes3126 8 жыл бұрын
+xxplosive def top 5 forsure man . kobe from 07-11 was a BEAST !
@ohhhyeahhh1174
@ohhhyeahhh1174 7 жыл бұрын
+xxplosive top 4 to me
@sohaminyoh
@sohaminyoh 7 жыл бұрын
Maybe top 10 but definitely not the GOAT
@arturoluna475
@arturoluna475 7 жыл бұрын
MJ is the goat, but after that...Kobe, Kareem, Duncan, Magic, Shaq, etc., they all gotta fight it out
@jettisontee4178
@jettisontee4178 9 ай бұрын
Kobe so dominant and in control
@elreiec1
@elreiec1 4 жыл бұрын
Many fans talk about Kobe's back-to-back performances of 48 and 45 in the 2001 postseason (and rightfully so), but this one closing out the Nuggets and his following game of 40 vs the Magic in the Finals is a solid, underrated two-game stretch. #RIPMamba
@michaeloc14
@michaeloc14 7 жыл бұрын
Its a shame new NBA fans will never get to see a player that played the SHOOTING guard position so perfectly. With the way the league is heading now the swingman positions are pretty much going to be filled with 3 and D guys, guys who can space the floor. Its going to be a while before we see a guy like Kobe who can take any shot he wants and everyone in their organization just nods and agrees that these shots give us our best chance of winning. what an absolute animal
@Mayordomo32
@Mayordomo32 6 жыл бұрын
Michael Li The game is just getting more mathematical. People are getting smarter. This is more entertaining basketball but teams are figuring out what works without requiring generational talents.
@Mayordomo32
@Mayordomo32 6 жыл бұрын
phillyslasher it's about getting the best possible shots. Close to the rim and 3-point shots are by far the best. I don't think it's good basketball to watch, but it's smart basketball.
@thechamp1063
@thechamp1063 6 жыл бұрын
Michael Li Demar Derozan and Kawhi play like Kobe
@joshuahaynes7128
@joshuahaynes7128 6 жыл бұрын
Connor modern nba is watered down big time.. todays players aren't fundamental like the players from 80-90 and early 00s .. yes theres some great players today forsure but the 80s and 90s truly was the golden era talent wise
@battlecat403
@battlecat403 3 жыл бұрын
If Kobe in his prime had the same help as Duncan or Lebron had he would've had at least 8 rings and 11 finals appearances.
@hybrid1339
@hybrid1339 Жыл бұрын
Yooo I just realized that, you are right... because Duncan had a very good team in his prime and lebron was with the heat as his prime came...and Kobe had Parker and brown and Chris mihm lmaoo yoo you are right, that Kobe with this type of team in his prime would have definitely got busy on the league for more than 3 years for sure
@jaxondakota7080
@jaxondakota7080 9 ай бұрын
This game and that game 6 in Phoenix the following year was Kobe at his absolute best!
@stefanoteodoro1205
@stefanoteodoro1205 9 жыл бұрын
Kobe and Luke Walton combined to score 45 this game. Amazing.
@hessamadin1
@hessamadin1 8 жыл бұрын
Nikson Kho You should've seen them go for 81 pts vs the Raptors.
@danielkelegian5306
@danielkelegian5306 8 жыл бұрын
Nikson Kho Luke just got his 3rd ring as an assistant with the Warriors.
@__connoisseur235_4
@__connoisseur235_4 8 жыл бұрын
+Daniel Kelegian And got his other 2 with the Lakers :)
@zerokool-2058
@zerokool-2058 4 жыл бұрын
Stefano Teodoro lol 😂
@2020Viszion
@2020Viszion 4 жыл бұрын
😅😅 who?
@Randomnoobi
@Randomnoobi 4 жыл бұрын
Love your highlight package. You capture the pulse of the entire game, showing both possessions and not just Kobe scoring. Excellent!
@billy30001000
@billy30001000 8 жыл бұрын
THIS IS WAY HE GOT FIVE RINGS CLUTH!!!
@Edogawa199X
@Edogawa199X 9 ай бұрын
And now the Nuggets are up 3-0 vs Lakers in WCF. Time flies. Missed Kobe
@itssandrew
@itssandrew 6 жыл бұрын
this game made the lakers stronger. back to back champs strong. Them nuggets were playing hella dirty but kobe's leadership helped them get thru the negative energy the nuggets were spewing. That moment with pau gasol was such a beautiful moment they share as brothers.
@lo2smooth647
@lo2smooth647 5 жыл бұрын
Spectacular Performance To Add To The Long List Of Many! Kobe U The Man Two Hundit Grand Such A Pleasure To Watch Go To Work🏀💪💪💯
@L92185
@L92185 8 жыл бұрын
damn i miss these days this nuggets 2009 team was the best team in their history they were no joke and a serious threat to the lakers! After they won game 6 o knew they wouldnt lose another finals again that just opened their mentality alot more
@JamesBrown-gj9uk
@JamesBrown-gj9uk 8 жыл бұрын
+Landon chong the nuggets and great teams like the suns would definitely win a few championships if kobe wasnt in the league
@sabishiihito
@sabishiihito 5 жыл бұрын
2009 Playoffs were my 2nd favorite behind 2001.
@TheFreakyRobber
@TheFreakyRobber 8 жыл бұрын
KOBE has blocked sooooooooooo many shots with his left hand lol @ KOBE had Luke Walton looking like an All Star
@peacebestill2653
@peacebestill2653 9 ай бұрын
What the lakers needed today
@assketchum4443
@assketchum4443 4 жыл бұрын
Rest In Peace Kobe. Lakers Nation will always love you
@tzovlask
@tzovlask 6 жыл бұрын
"that last look from Bryant was the cat that ate the canary" hahaha, my man Van Gundy can be so hilarious!!
@libanfaris8532
@libanfaris8532 11 ай бұрын
His style of play is just flowless and it makes u Wana go hoop... Rip black mmba
@universal1151
@universal1151 8 жыл бұрын
Look at these amazing assists, he became a complete player when he switched to #24. 27th all time in assists. Amazing all around performance from one of the greatest of all time. Luke Walton was very good in this game as well.
@lordj5815
@lordj5815 5 жыл бұрын
Kobe the reason Melo don’t have a ring, this nuggets team was fucking tough but 09 Kobe was more hungry than everybody else!
@alexanderadonyae7937
@alexanderadonyae7937 4 жыл бұрын
He was pissed abt the 2008 finals lol he took that personal😬 got his revenge back in 2010🙌💯
@mdw1002
@mdw1002 6 жыл бұрын
Three clutch shots then swats Carmelo to end the half like nothing
@edwinfcapidos
@edwinfcapidos 6 жыл бұрын
Brad Pitt Leonard learned from Kobe in terms of dedication and focus.
@nniivekkappo7544
@nniivekkappo7544 4 жыл бұрын
That's kobe for you
@annmacatvdays9671
@annmacatvdays9671 4 жыл бұрын
Damm kobe u are supperrr amazing man no other man like u as a player. .I really amazed..
@emreaktas8482
@emreaktas8482 6 жыл бұрын
This is how you lead your team.
@mcmorales750
@mcmorales750 4 жыл бұрын
better than lechoke sitting alone on the edge of the bench hahaha
@thepipeline4180
@thepipeline4180 6 ай бұрын
Kobe wasn't human frfr , number 1 all time in my book , glad I had the opportunity to witness him ❤ definitely out of this world , you will be missed brah brah .
@louisvilleky502sopranos7
@louisvilleky502sopranos7 4 жыл бұрын
Kobe Bryant was the most complete basketball player that I seen play basketball. I'm 38 and I seen Jordan do his thang and win 6 championships and greatest of all time, but this man was definitely the remix and made it better then the original IMO.
@anthonythomas4836
@anthonythomas4836 5 жыл бұрын
@ 7:38 one of the reasons Chauncey said Kobe is the most skilled player he's ever seen 👏
@Kevin-ug7yn
@Kevin-ug7yn 3 жыл бұрын
I forgot that iconic zoom into Kobe’s smile/smirk meme is from this series and it hit me like a bag of bricks seeing it 😭
@susanadiaz8819
@susanadiaz8819 5 жыл бұрын
Damn when he’s talking to his team and he’s telling them that they have to play desperation basketball that’s just a mind of a master of the arts..
@jaybezzy3
@jaybezzy3 4 жыл бұрын
Rip to the goat
@MVuke84
@MVuke84 Жыл бұрын
Sittin at home, watching some old Lakers and Kobe moments. How can life get better
@wesleypollas6326
@wesleypollas6326 2 жыл бұрын
Kobe's leadership was very underrated. His competitive spirit drove his team towards excellence in winning the final 2 championships of his illustrious career.👍
@joferyere8267
@joferyere8267 4 жыл бұрын
RIP Kobe Legend
@andremoore4688
@andremoore4688 8 жыл бұрын
they didn't even celebrate that western conference championship, after that loss to the celtics the previous year, they had bigger fish to fry... no disrespect, i got nothing against lbj, but that year he was suppose to see us in the finals. while the lakers were fighting their way back to the finals in that tough western conference, he was getting all the media coverage. i think i speak for most lakers fans, that pissed us off and we were ready to see what all the hype was about. and i know not only did the fans but kobe wanted it to happen.
@joshhaynes3126
@joshhaynes3126 8 жыл бұрын
the 2009 Lakers were a very talented team ariza was playing great I still don't understand why we let him go .. but gasol played great. the 09 Lakers were a very long team kobe bryant was just dominate on BOTH END OF THE FLOOR !!
@jeeson15
@jeeson15 7 жыл бұрын
i agree... i really want the cavs that year bcos i think KOBE DESERVES the MVP on that year..
@arturoluna475
@arturoluna475 7 жыл бұрын
the cavs were a great regular season team that year, 66 wins, lbj won the MVP, but howard was a bad matchup for him. he couldn't get all his freight train drives to the rim like he was used to with howard's defense, and his game wasn't polished enough to be able to score as reliably from the perimeter. Lebron's perimeter game has always been his weakness. wasn't meant to be
@Jry088
@Jry088 7 жыл бұрын
The whole world wanted it.
@joshuahaynes7128
@joshuahaynes7128 6 жыл бұрын
Nobody was beating kobe in the 09 finals thats a fact ... nobody in todays nba have the tools and midrange kobe had
@Jimmaynewyen
@Jimmaynewyen 8 жыл бұрын
This game was just pure domination from the Lakers
@webbie32
@webbie32 4 жыл бұрын
R.I.P Kobe the GOAT BRYANT
@Lornielapac1994
@Lornielapac1994 Жыл бұрын
Koby Bryant is very humble person
@JoshuaMitchell-bey7
@JoshuaMitchell-bey7 Жыл бұрын
The leader that Kobe was is unbelievable. Such a General!!!
@mokushmasmo6009
@mokushmasmo6009 4 жыл бұрын
For Kobe
@pnoymamba24
@pnoymamba24 8 жыл бұрын
Good ol days😢
@cloudunderweather9554
@cloudunderweather9554 Жыл бұрын
this denver team was really good. I stand by this statement, if kobe's lakers didn't stop them they were winning the championship. Kobe did great to shut them down.
@kweisib4133
@kweisib4133 6 жыл бұрын
miss those days
@norvinzor
@norvinzor 5 жыл бұрын
Carmelo Anthony could have gotten ring if it wasn't for Kobe, This Nuggets team was also full of talent they were 2nd seed at this time. And Melo had to just come across Kobe
@ewgenijasich3018
@ewgenijasich3018 7 ай бұрын
Kobe Bryants basketball playing is from another world!!! Fantastic!!!
@whatsshakinbaconnothinjust2986
@whatsshakinbaconnothinjust2986 6 жыл бұрын
Kobe *Heart Snatcher" Bryant
@ashokgurung2632
@ashokgurung2632 8 жыл бұрын
Damn. I miss those year, Those teams. All are the best competitors ass hell. Now! It's rare to see the competitors like this.
@alpheusbiton3119
@alpheusbiton3119 4 жыл бұрын
RIP Ko 💔😔
@ugp301
@ugp301 4 жыл бұрын
That play by Kobe at 8:37-- the spacing, the fake, and the dunk. Vintage. RIP Mamba
@ATR_cardsandbreaks
@ATR_cardsandbreaks 8 ай бұрын
Love that the show Kobe in the huddle. RIP to one of the best to do it.
@danielh169
@danielh169 7 ай бұрын
Ariza really is an underrated player guys, sufficient off skills and amazing D all the way til the end of his career
@KingCristo
@KingCristo 4 жыл бұрын
As I sit here n tear up I use to remember this KZbin channel n always says maaan whoever this is gets the best clips, soundbites etc. of these Kobe highlights....this video in particular shows you the entire KOBE BEAN BRYANT the basketball player...from skill, will, determination, n what a lot off ppl try to play him about LEADERSHIP....thank you whomever this is for ALL your Kobe Bryant highlight videos....but this one as I said is really hitting me differently.....KOBE BEAN BRYANT your LEGACY will NEVER die n we ALL thank you for EVERYTHING on n off the court....R.I.P. to the man, the myth, the LEGEND...R.I.P. to Gianna who I truly believe would have been the GOAT for WNBA....R.I.P. to ALL other victims n families involved 🙏🏾😇 #justMYthoughts #RIPKobe #BlackMamba #8n24 #PurplenGold #WeBACK #MambaOUT
@hennessyswoll
@hennessyswoll 4 жыл бұрын
I miss you Kobe 😫😫 Rip
@reemjackson6055
@reemjackson6055 4 жыл бұрын
RIPKOBE
@jayet7095
@jayet7095 4 жыл бұрын
Imagine if he already had a team like this when he changed his number to 24 from the start True prime Kobe years were wasted though
@gregoryaguon1925
@gregoryaguon1925 4 жыл бұрын
Not entirely, he made history with his 81 points. But the chip was all that mattered with kobes mentality. Lakers from 05-08 was all about building a bunch of young nobody's and turning them into players who tasted defeat and LEARNED from it. Adding Pau was also a necessary step.
@tigera6
@tigera6 2 жыл бұрын
Kobe was playing in the age where stars did not want to move or get traded as frequently. He got stuck with a below average roster until Pau Gasol trade. Imagine its today NBA where stars change teams every couple years or so. Kobe would win 2-3 more rings with the amount of talent that the Lakers brand can attract.
@bookieallen7448
@bookieallen7448 2 жыл бұрын
@@gregoryaguon1925 facts
@TheRomanticTruth
@TheRomanticTruth 3 жыл бұрын
Who's here for a flash back because Lakers are in WCF 2020 battling Nuggets 11 years later honoring Kobe R.I.P! I never saw this and wanted a flash back! What a AMAZING JAW DROPPING PLAYER!
@joshuajames3453
@joshuajames3453 3 жыл бұрын
Meeeee
@shermanngjazz
@shermanngjazz Жыл бұрын
2009 Kobe was when he really displayed his improved leadership and trusting his teammates more.
@chrish3079
@chrish3079 8 жыл бұрын
Dam i did not realize this but.. Kobe was the next best thing to jordan. He was 1 game away frrom winning another 3 peat.
@kimberlyjacinto6798
@kimberlyjacinto6798 8 жыл бұрын
2 games away lol 08 was 4-2 bos=(
@chrish3079
@chrish3079 8 жыл бұрын
Kimberly Jacinto yea thats what i meant :D
@ohhhyeahhh1174
@ohhhyeahhh1174 7 жыл бұрын
+Kimberly Jacinto actually one game but they let a 20 point go. I believe if they would of won that game they would of had a 3 peat.
@kimberlyjacinto6798
@kimberlyjacinto6798 7 жыл бұрын
Alfredo Pacheco yah I think game four ur talking about that lead ..they went down 3 games to 1...won game five and lost in 6... Four games to two....how is it one game like u said ?
@kimberlyjacinto6798
@kimberlyjacinto6798 7 жыл бұрын
Alfredo Pacheco r u saying if they won that game...the would have won 3 straight games...game six on the road in Boston ? Idk 2010 went seven so idk bout that I'm a laker fan but that was a tuff series and to went 3 straight games idk
@markjhundellmausisa1851
@markjhundellmausisa1851 4 жыл бұрын
he demolished evry team in the west and yet those team's are better than any team in the east..very competitor man..have his pride and honor with him in evry battle..so much respect for you kobe..you will be forever in our heart..thankyou kobe for giving us inspiration not only in the name of basketball but in the reality of life..rip idol
@Sudden.Impact
@Sudden.Impact 9 ай бұрын
Came here to ease my pain after getting swept to the Nuggets
@andrewwheeler2847
@andrewwheeler2847 7 жыл бұрын
LeBron has had really no challenges in last few years, nothing like the western conference where it's real competition
@chrissporty9872
@chrissporty9872 4 жыл бұрын
I completely agree Had lebron been in the west hed never make it to 8 or 9 straight nba finals or w.e it was Kobe has beat the most 50 win teams A lot of the western conference finals in the last 20 years where the finals in my opinion.
@Industrious420
@Industrious420 3 жыл бұрын
@@chrissporty9872 ok, so if the WCF was the Finals how do you quantify an EC team winning the ring? There goes your trash logic.
@SP-kt5ot
@SP-kt5ot 2 жыл бұрын
@@Industrious420 stfu bitch
@Industrious420
@Industrious420 2 жыл бұрын
@@SP-kt5ot you're an amoeba. Stop wasting my oxygen.
@josephk4051
@josephk4051 3 жыл бұрын
God I miss this guy. This year has been terrible ever since that tragic event. Forever missed and forever in our hearts. #Mambaout
@Riles3152
@Riles3152 3 жыл бұрын
That 2008-09 Laker team used to piss me off at times, because when they wanted to be, they were such a great team. But they would play down to there level of competition. They won 65 games that year but I feel like they could have won at least 70. This game was the best team performance they played that entire season and one of the best playoff performances I've ever seen from a championship team. They virtually dominated from start to finish.
@jrmighty6733
@jrmighty6733 7 жыл бұрын
Miss this Kobe
@juliusescano8270
@juliusescano8270 7 жыл бұрын
Man I miss these Lakers so much when I first started watching them was January or February of 09 the year they won against Orlando I was 9 yrs old and just moved in to LA. Now I'm 16 7 yrs deep in this city hoping my Lakers can at least hit the playoffs after the worst season in their franchise history. I miss these days yo :(
@angGandarin24
@angGandarin24 9 жыл бұрын
Goat
@yeaight8439
@yeaight8439 4 жыл бұрын
Kobe had to been laughing on the inside every time Anthony Carter guarded him in the post 😂😂😂
@TheRealBruceLouis
@TheRealBruceLouis 5 жыл бұрын
see kobe break this game down in kobe detail episode 1. its brilliant how he puts players in positions to make the rotations all awkward for the nuggets. u can get the commentators to say hey u gotta stay on ur man, but the way of how kobe positioned his guys & got his guys to cut makes it a whole new story.
@pugsitsidlittv775
@pugsitsidlittv775 11 ай бұрын
R.I.P. My favorite Player and the NBA team LAKERS.🦾
@ewgenijasich3018
@ewgenijasich3018 7 ай бұрын
Kobe Bryant just working magic!!!
@jimmyrobinson5699
@jimmyrobinson5699 7 жыл бұрын
i was never a fan of kobe, but after reading Tim Grover's (kobe, MJ and Dwade's personal trainer) book Relentless, and watching some videos like this of Kobe's raw killer instinct, i really do think Kobe is second of all time only to Jordan.
@joshuahaynes7128
@joshuahaynes7128 6 жыл бұрын
Jimmy Robinson easily man.. offensively and the will to win thr footwork the ball fakes . Kobe is a top 3 alltime pure scorer easily i remeber kobe scored 50 points like 4 or 5 games in a row and back to back 60 point gamers and he had 9 straight 40 point games in 04
@darkgrandpriest1645
@darkgrandpriest1645 5 жыл бұрын
Skill wise Kobe is second to none. Jordan had the skill set and better athletic ability with bigger hands. Also bigger frame. Lebron is obviously bigger but skill wise Kobe’s rival is only Jordan.
@jasonmoukala8909
@jasonmoukala8909 2 жыл бұрын
No he’s not 2nd
@JimmyJones2481
@JimmyJones2481 7 жыл бұрын
Gotta respect the Denver fans trying to hype up their team at the end but Kobe just kept silencing them😂
@mredwards3687
@mredwards3687 11 ай бұрын
My favorite player 💯🕊️🕊️🥺
@franzjosephhernandez7886
@franzjosephhernandez7886 11 ай бұрын
Oh man I miss Kobe😢
@lyndonstvtataydigzlegacy6658
@lyndonstvtataydigzlegacy6658 10 ай бұрын
I miss u idol your the one of the best player in nba..rest in peace
@marvelous1358
@marvelous1358 4 жыл бұрын
Top 5 all-time
@EliotMcLellan
@EliotMcLellan 5 жыл бұрын
GOD GAVE KOBE HIS FACE AND HE WILL USE IT AND RESPECT IT TO THE TOP OF HIS POTENTIAL IN HIS LIFE, PRAISE GOD
Приятно покупаться этим летом😰
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