Dirk Nowitzki of the Mavericks, left, and Lakers forward Kobe Bryant, two likely Hall of Famers, went head-to-head perhaps for the last time in Dallas. Bryant, who could be in his final season, scored 19 points while Nowitzki scored nine in the Mavericks’ victory.
Dirk Nowitzki of the Mavericks, left, and Lakers forward Kobe Bryant, two likely Hall of Famers, went head-to-head perhaps for the last time in Dallas. Bryant, who could be in his final season, scored 19 points while Nowitzki scored nine in the Mavericks’ victory. LM Otero AP
Dirk Nowitzki of the Mavericks, left, and Lakers forward Kobe Bryant, two likely Hall of Famers, went head-to-head perhaps for the last time in Dallas. Bryant, who could be in his final season, scored 19 points while Nowitzki scored nine in the Mavericks’ victory. LM Otero AP

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