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Kobe Bryant live-tweets a replay of his 81-point performance

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Kobe Bryant took to Twitter on Tuesday to review his 81-point game against the Toronto Raptors.

January 6, 2006. Kobe Bryant scored a career-high 81 points against the Toronto Raptors in the second-highest individual outburst in NBA history.

On Tuesday, Bryant live-tweeted NBATV's replay of his performance. What followed was an awesome count to 81 with humorous commentary.

Now is where Bryant starts nitpicking his 81-point performance. Typical Kobe.

We hope, for Kobe's sake, he never has to pass a kidney stone. For the record, is this the first on-the-record mention by Bryant himself that he sometimes has got a bit of tunnel vision?

Yikes. Here is where Kobe starts getting nostalgic about some old teammates. You know the Lakers' current situation is bad when Kobe misses ...

Good question. Because there's really nothing he could have been thinking about other than, "This is awesome," right? Who am I kidding? This is the Zen master.

And that is how Kobe Bryant counts to 81.

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