VIDEO: Kobe Bryant's Left-Handed Bank Shot Wins Everyone's HORSE Game

If the NBA awarded extra points for degree of difficulty, Kobe Bryant would be the best NBA player of all time. Here he is adding to his bag of tricks with a lefty bank shot from 14 feet out.

Bryant was stuck without his dribble and had to manufacture that shot by bumping into Kevin Durant to create space. He ended up kissing it off the glass beautifully for his 13th point of the game. He's now 6-9 from the field for 15 points. Meanwhile, the rest of the Lakers are 1-10. The fourth quarter is going to be a lot of fun!


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