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Kobe Bryant Almost Turned Back the Clock Against the Pacers. Almost.

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Kobe Bryant announced that he’ll retire after this season prior to Sunday night’s game against the Indiana Pacers, and he then proceeded to start 2-of-17 from the field in said game.

But then Kobe turned back the clock a bit with two late threes during a furious Lakers comeback that saw them trim a 22-point deficit down to just one on this bomb:

Paul George hit two free throws on the other end to make it a three-point game, and Kobe had a chance to be the hero and tie it:

Welp. That miss just kind of summed up Kobe’s season. He finished 4-of-20 overall and is now at 30.5 percent shooting this season after the 107-103 loss. The Lakers are 2-14.

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