Bucks get Kobe’d in OT

Let’s be honest.

Kobe Bryant is on another level. Someplace that gives most people nosebleeds due to the height alone.

Wednesday night in Milwaukee he showed exactly why you can’t leave the door open when the best closer on the planet…maybe ever…is in the building.

On the third stop on the road, the second of a back-to-back, when you want you get a good night of sleep before the next flight, Lake Show had to make a late run just to force OT.

Fast forward to a four point game with just over a minute to play in overtime, 106-102 Bucks.

Let’s be honest.

Kobe gets an And 1 in Tim Donaghy fashion after spinning wildy, out-of-control into Andrew Bogut. Could have been a charge but since it was called a block you had to give him the bucket.

KB24 sinks the free throw. 106-105, Bucks have the lead and the ball.

Game over…right?

Wrong.

Bucks try to get Michael Redd a shot, he bricks, Artest rebound.

Timeout.

5.4 ticks on the clock…

Everybody in the building knows who’s getting the ball.

The last two of Kobe’s 39 were the most important. Pau Gasol had 20/20 vision (26 points, 22 boards), D-Fish hit a clutch shot late in regulation, his usual opening act for Kobe.

There is no doubt that the Lakers… ah hem…Kobe…got a questionable call late in the game. No matter what, when the game is on the line, who do you want with the rock in hand?

Let’s be honest.

I’m taking Kobe everytime.

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