Kobe Bryant reached the 23,000-point mark last night against Oklahoma, becoming the youngest NBA player in history to do so (30 years, 171 days compared to Wilt Chamberlain at 30 years, 176 days). Now whether you love him or hate him (and I think I know the feeling of most Mavericks fans), you have to admire that feat. He's just the 21st player in NBA history to reach that milestone. Twenty-one. That's it.
So kudos. Now if necessary, go back to hating him and the Lakers.