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Kobe Bryant - Top 10 plays of career

This is a guy who gets a lot of sh*t for being too selfish and blah blah. The fact of the matter though is that very few have ever played the game as well as him. I mean the dude is 34 now and still considered one of the deadliest players in the league!
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