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VIDEO: Kobe Bryant Reacts Completely Differently To His Teammates For Second Straight Game

When you’ve been in the league for 20 years, you’ve seen a lot of things.

Since 1996, Kobe Bryant has witnessed¬†endless amounts of ups and downs and everything in-between, so it’s no surprise that he doesn’t react the same way to in-game plays as his younger Lakers teammates.

Firstly, on Sunday during the Lakers’ shocking victory against the Golden State Warriors, Bryant had a rather different reaction to D’Angelo Russell after fellow rookie Larry Nance Jr. threw down a huge dunk:

And then, during Tuesday’s victory against the Orlando Magic, Bryant was once again very stoic after a play that electrified the crowd and his fellow teammates.

This time, it was Jordan Clarkson putting on a show as he crossed up Evan Fournier and then hit a three-pointer, and Nance Jr. was the one doing the celebrating while Bryant just sat quietly in his chair:

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That’s the difference between 20 years and 6 months in the league right there…

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Written by Ross Pickering

Ross Pickering is the founder of Lakerholicz.com. He's here to bring you daily updates on your Los Angeles Lakers, despite living 5,485 miles away from L.A. in England. You can follow him on Twitter: @RossPickering

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