Los Angeles Lakers’ Kobe Bryant’s 81-point scoring performance last night against the Toronto Raptors will be available for NBA fans to watch and own through the new Google Video Store (http://video.google.com).
Beginning on Tuesday, January 24, fans will be able to access Bryant’s historic performance on Google. Google recently teamed up with the NBA to launch the Google Video Store, marking the first time fans were able to purchase full 2005-06 NBA contests online 24 hours after the conclusion of games. Bryant’s game, and the Seattle SuperSonics’ thrilling 152-149 double overtime victory over the Phoenix Suns’ last night, will both be available in its entirety for $3.95.
Replay Kobe Bryant's Momentous Scoring with Google Video
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