Kobe Drains 40 For 100th Time In Career

November 18th, 2009 by Frank Gasper Leave a reply »
Kobe Bryant has been labelled the best player in the world by millions of fans around the world.

Kobe Bryant hit 17-of-29 shots and a three-pointer for 40 points, five rebounds, five assists and three steals in Tuesday's win over the Pistons. This brought him to 40 points 100 times in his career. (For those of you who aren't good at math, that is a lot.)

This is just an amazing record to me. To be able to score 40 points 100 times! That is just astonishing.

I'm sure every single one of you know about his 81 point game, the second most points in a game ever. Next to Wilt's 101 point game.

My question is, is he too old to reach at least 175 games with 40 points. I think he can easily get to 150, but is 175 out of reach?

Kobe is the most clutch player in the NBA, no doubt. He can score at will, and drive to the hoop and hit an almost impossible shot. Kobe is not human. He is just so good.

Kobe reaching 40 points in a total of 100 games is an amazing stat that probably will not be touched for a while. Maybe not even LeBron, he is more of a 30 point, seven assists, seven rebounds kind of guy, and that is why I love ...

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