Kobe Bryant turns back time with reverse dunk


Kobe Bryant is drinking from the fountain of youth and doesn’t want to share.

The Lakers lost to the Clippers 118-111 Friday but they showed glimmers of hope in a scrappy contest. People were expecting the game to be a blowout and perhaps for Bryant to look like a shell of his old self against their cross-town rivals, despite the fact that he’s played well the last couple games.

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Bryant said after the game that he was happy with the way his team played.

“I couldn’t be more pleased with this loss actually,” Bryant said in a post-game conference. “We figured a lot of things out.”

Bryant and the Lakers will look to get their first win of the season Saturday night against the Warriors.