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Former Maverick helping his team make a playoff push

Forward Dahntay Jones didn't do a lot in his brief time with the Dallas Mavericks before he was traded to Atlanta, but on Wednesday night he did his former team a major solid by knocking out Kobe Bryant.

The Lakers have been hot of late, and were into the eighth seed in the Western Conference thanks largely to Bryant. But the Lakers are now in serious dog-doo and may miss the playoffs for the first time since 2005 thanks to a former Mav.

The Atlanta Hawks were leading the Los Angeles Lakers by two late on Wednesday night when Kobe went up for a long jumper with Jones guarding him. Kobe turned his left ankle on the play is out indefinitely.

The question whether the play was dirty. Looked clean to me.





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fizzle and shizzle

The play was clean. Kobe will be back. The Purple & Gold will not miss the playoffs. And you are crazier than crazy if you think our Mavericks will headed to the playoffs. NOT going to happen.


You all can say what you want but my man K-b is going to make it rain buckets in the playoffs. There ain't no pain my man can't live through when it's the big stage and the lights are on him.

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