Kobe Bryant’s First Triple Double of NBA 2010-11 Season is 17th career record

By on Nov 5, 2010 in Basketball, Sports, United States Comments

Kobe Bryant‘s first triple-double of the NBA 2010-11 season raised the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers record to 5-0. The Lakers wins against the Sacramento Kings 112-100. Bryant delivered season highs of  30 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists, for the Lakers. The triple-double is now Bryant‘s 17th in his NBA career.

Bryant had a 21 point first half production for LA. He had two 3-pointers early in the game against the Kings. He scored 10 points in the first-quarter and dished off six assists.

Schedule of Games for the Lakers includes: Friday vs. Toronto, Sunday vs. Portland, Tuesday vs. Minnesota.

For the Kings, they will play on  Saturday vs. Memphis, Wednesday vs. Minnesota, Friday @ Phoenix.

Source: NBA.com



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