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Sunday, March 31, 2013

NBA | Lakers 103 Kings 98- Bryant overtakes Chamberlain


Night of contrasts which starred Los Angeles Lakers during his visit to the Sleep Train Sacramento Arena, where they got the main goal to win the game after beating 98-103 against the local team of the Kings, but kept out of the playoffs . A major victory in one night and recorded in memory of Kobe Bryant, who scored 19 points and surpassed Wilt Chamberlain in fourth place in the list of top scorers of all time. I just needed to add five to advance to the legendary power forward that the Globetrotters flew to Philadelphia, first, and later to Los Angeles to wear the shirt today he defends. He missed his first five shots in an irregular night, but in the second quarter his wrist found the right direction to the hoop. After a meeting that just lost 23 seconds despite the injury in his left foot dragging, Bryant established a new mark in 31,434 points. Ahead of him only resist Michael Jordan (3rd), Karl Malone (2nd) and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. "Honestly, I'm bringing all this is to longevity", praised Bryant after the match. "What makes me most proud of is being able to play for so many years and continue to do so to a very, very high." The truth is that the day after the Lakers are kept out of eighth place in the Western Conference, out of the playoffs. The Lakers, who lost in the second minute of the game to Steve Nash for a relapse of muscle strain he suffered in his right leg on Wednesday against the Timberwolves, prevented further away from the finals, but the results were among the rival teams also struggling to be in the finals not benefited. The Lakers (38-36), who have completed a four-game trip with a 2-2 record, remain in ninth place, tied with the Jazz, eighth for his advantage in the clashes between the two. Along with Bryant Dwight Howard also contributed 24 points under the basket, 15 rebounds and five blocks. Pau Gasol scored 12 points and worked primarily in the distribution of the inside game with 10 assists in the 33 minutes he played. The Lakers did not see action again until next Tuesday, when they host the Staples Center to the Dallas Mavericks in the Western Conference tickets. A direct rival in the battle for qualification for the finals.

Top scorers in NBA history

1 . Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 38,387 
2 . Karl Malone 36 928 
3 . Michael Jordan 32 292 
5 . Kobe Bryant 31 434 
4 . Wilt Chamberlain 31,419 
6 . Shaquille O'Neal 28 596 
7 . Moses Malone 27 409 
8 . Elvin Hayes 27 313 
9 . Hakeem Olajuwon 26 946 
10 . Oscar Robertson 26710

Ricky and Marc, two facing each lĂ­detres

While Pau Gasol loses weight in Los Angeles, Memphis Marc continues to increase. Author of 21 points for the second straight night, was again instrumental in the attack of the Grizzlies, who won at home for the Tiberwolves, by 86-99, despite the excellent work of Ricky Rubio. The victory allowed Memphis (49-24) snap a five-game losing streak out of their field. There was a better opponent to turn the tide. You are 1 consecutive wins in their matches against the Timberwolves. Rubio was the inspiration for his new team and signed 23 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists in 40 minutes.

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