PLAYOFFS NBA 2014
PLAYOFFS NBA 2014
NBA Results Season 2013-2014
Playoffs NBA 2014 (Game 1, 1st round), April 19 http://www.nba.com/video/channels/top_plays/2014/04/19/20140419-top10.nba: Brooklyn Nets 94-87 Toronto (Series 1-0), Golden State 109-105 Los Angeles Clippers (C.Paul 28pts LAC) (Series 1-0), Atlanta 101-93 Indiana (Teague 28pts ATL) (Series 1-0), Memphis 86-100 Oklahoma City (K.Durant 33pts OKC) (Series 0-1)
Playoffs NBA 2014 (Game 1, 1st round), April 20 http://www.nba.com/video/channels/top_plays/2014/04/20/20140420-top10.nba: Dallas 85-90 San Antonio Spurs (Duncan 27pts SAS) (Series 0-1), Charlotte 88-99 Miami (L.James 27pts MIA) (Series 0-1), Washington 102-93 Chicago Bulls (Series 1-0), Portland 122-120 Houston (Aldridge 46pts!!!, Lillard 31pts POR, Howard 27pts, Harden 27pts HOU) (Series 1-0)
Playoffs NBA 2014 (Game 2, 1st round), April 21 http://www.nba.com/video/channels/top_plays/2014/04/21/20140421-top-5.nba: Memphis 111-105 Oklahoma City (K.Durant 36pts!, Westbrook 29pts OKC) (Series 1-1), Golden State 98-138 Los Angeles Clippers (Griffin 35pts! LAC) (Series 1-1)
Playoffs NBA 2014 (Game 2- first round), April 22: Atlanta 85-101 Indiana (George 27pts IND) (Series 1-1), Brooklyn Nets 95-100 Toronto (DeRozan 30pts TOR) (Series 1-1), Washington 101-99 Chicago Bulls (Series 2-0)
Kobe Passes Wilt for Fourth All-Time
Chamberlain isn't the only center of note Bryant surpassed this season; he moved past Shaquille O'Neal on February 2 at Philadelphia. And in 2010-11, the Black Mamba surpassed Hall of Famers Moses Malone, Elvin Hayes, Hakeem Olajuwon, Oscar Robertson, Dominique Wilkins and John Havlicek.
Bryant also ranks second in NBA history for total points with a single franchise, passing Jordan's 29,277 with Chicago in L.A.'s March 27, 2012 victory at vs. Golden State. Only Malone's 36,374 with Utah beat Kobe's current mark. For the Lakers record, Bryant surpassed the great Jerry West during the 2009-10 season, West having scored 25,192 in purple and gold.
How many more points Bryant scores appears to be up to him, and how many more seasons he wants to play. One suspects he'd want to at least surpass Jordan, the man after whom he shaped his game and drive more than anybody else.
Only time will tell on that one. Regardless, ranking fourth in the history of basketball is already a much more impressive task than current perspective can lend to the feat.
2013 NBA champion Miami