Feb. 5, 2013; Brooklyn, NY, USA; Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard Kobe Bryant (24) drives to the net around Brooklyn Nets small forward Gerald Wallace (45) during the first half at Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

Los Angeles Lakers’ Kobe Bryant Dunks All Over The Brooklyn Nets (Video)


It’s not everyday I decide to post a video up as its own standalone piece here on “Sir Charles in Charge”, but this play was just too extraordinary and too spectacular not to share with the world right away.

With less than three minutes remaining in the fourth quarter of tonight’s Los Angeles Lakers/Brooklyn Nets game and the score tied at 80 a piece, Kobe Bryant drove the lane and threw down a RIDICULOUS slam on both Kris Humphries and Gerald Wallace.

The Lakers eventually secured the victory 92-83 to improve to 23-26 on the year. They have now won six of their last seven.

Bryant finished the night with 21 points, eight rebounds, four assists and four steals.

What makes this moment even more special was the reaction of the Brooklyn fans in the Barclays center. Even with just minutes remaining and the score locked, no one in that building could help but marvel and cheer at what they had just witnessed, even if that play came at the expense of the home team.

Unbelievable.

At 34 years of age, Bryant can still throw it down like no other.

This play 100% shifted the momentum in the Lakers favor, as they outscored the Nets 10-3 in the final minutes to pull out the win.

No Dwight Howard? No Metta World Peace?

No problem.

Kobe “The Facilitator” was no where to be found on this night.

The “Black Mamba” made his presence felt big time.

Chris Walder is the Editor of Sir Charles in Charge. You may follow him on Twitter at @WalderSports

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