Laker Nation: Kobe Bryant had the best scoring performance of his career, as he dropped 81 points against the Toronto Raptors in a 122-104 Lakers win at the Staples Center. Bryant recorded the second highest single-game point total in NBA history with his 81 points, behind Wilt Chamberlain’s 100 points for the Philadelphia 76ers in 1962. Kobe scored 55 points in the second half alone, and finished the game having shot 28 for 46 from the floor, while going 7 for 13 from beyond the arc and 18 for 20 from the charity stripe. With his 81 points, Bryant set a Lakers franchise record for points in a single game, surpassing Elgin Baylor’s 71 points against the Knicks in 1960.
Monday: "I'm A Horse Monday"
Tuesday: "Tu Hermano Tuesday" and "Tired of the Lies Tuesday"
Wednesday: "White Pants Wednesday," "Walk Your Bike Wednesday," "What Am I Going To Do With This Guy Wednesday," and "Don't Walk And Text Wednesday"
Thursday: "Crunchy Groove Thursday," "Inglewood Thursday," and "Tap That Thursday"
Friday: "Frogman Friday"