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Lakers-Jazz: Los Angeles Led by Kobe’s Big Night Blow Out Utah 108-94

Published by on April 27, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NBA

Prior to the start of Game Four Kobe Bryant didn’t speak with the media, shake the hands of other players, or exchange any pleasantries he was all business. Kobe set the tone early and the Lakers followed their leader.

In the first two games of the series Kobe wore two hats, the facilitator early and the closer late. Big parts of the NBA Playoffs are about adjustments and swings in momentum.

In Game Three the adjustments that the Jazz made were to throw double-teams at Kobe and trap him frequently, he couldn’t get into a rhythm and had his worse playoff shooting game since 2005 going 5-for-24 and finishing the game with 18 points.

In Game Four Kobe had his mind made up that he was going to co...

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