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Kobe Bryant scores 60 points in his last game for 20 year NBA career

It seems that Kobe will not going to retire in his remarkable carrer, he scored 60 points in his final NBA game Wednesday night, showcasing his unbelievable offensive in the Los Angeles Lakers 101-91 victory over the Utah Jazz.

Bryant scored 23 points in the fourth quarter, posting his first 50-points game since February 2009 and rallying the Lakers from a 15-point deficit to win the final game of the worst season in franchise history.

Bryant took the 3 points with 59 seconds left and he hit another with 31 seconds to play, putting the Lakers ahead 97-96. He finished with an assist before checking out for good with 4.1 seconds left in just the Lakers 17th win of the worst season.

Bryant took the career high 50 shots and he posted his highest-scoring performance since getting 61 against New York in 2009. It was the fifth highest-scoring game of his career, and he became the oldest player to score 50 points in an NBA game.

Bryant surpassed his previous career high of 47 shots, taken in a loss to Boston on Nov. 7, 2002.

It was a fantastic tribute with thousands of fans thronging the downtown streets around Staples Center and chanting for his name in early afternoon.

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