This was pretty cool. Kobe Bryant – even with his hurt back last game – is putting up some historical numbers. Ironic thing is you wouldn’t think he’s forcing the issue. He’s been brilliant in this post-season…

KB24.com: “Kobe Bryant had 33 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds in the Lakers’ overtime loss at Utah. Bryant has posted at least 30 points, six assists and six rebounds in each of his last five games, the longest such streak for any player in NBA postseason history. Michael Jordan (1993 to 1995) and Oscar Robertson (1963 to 1964) had four-game streaks which spanned playoff years.”