On the night, Bryant managed to shoot just 9-of-24, but he made big plays down the stretch and helped the Lakers pull out a 92-83 victory over the Nets.
The play of the game occurred with 2:42 remaining in the fourth quarter and it broke an 80-all tie. SNY.tv has been at Barclays Center all season long and aside from Joe Johnson's game winning shot in double overtime against the Detroit Pistons way back on Dec. 14, this was, without question, the most thunderous eruption we've heard on a single play at Barclays.
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Yes, that is homer-ish of me, but what separates Starks, to me, is that he took off and finshed the play at the rim in a half court set, without the benefit of full speed transition momentum.