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Kobe Bryant scored 60 points in his final game of basketball as the Los Angeles Lakers produced a stunning comeback to beat the Utah Jazz.
The five-time NBA champion thrilled a packed Staples Center in his retirement game with his sixth 60-point haul of his career - only the great Wilt Chamberlain has more.
The 37-year-old announced in November the current campaign would be his last, leading to a 'farewell tour' which saw the 18-time NBA All-Star honoured in various arenas.
But the biggest celebration was saved for in front of the Lakers' home crowd as he called time on a 20-year career in stunning fashion.
Bryant had the fans on their feet early on, scoring a couple of three-pointers as he posted 22 of the Lakers' 42 first-half points.
But more was to come in the second half as Bryant hauled the Lakers from behind to snatch a 101-96 victory at the end.
Bryant addressed the crowd afterwards and said: "I grew up a die-hard Laker fan - die-hard - so to be drafted and traded to this organisation and spend 20 years here, you can't write something like that."
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The Golden State Warriors' shot at history is over as their 54-game winning run at home was ended by the Boston Celtics.
The Warriors were aiming to beat San Antonio Spurs' best-ever start to a home campaign, but they were stunned by a 109-106 loss to the Celtics.
They now need to win five of their last six regulation games to break the NBA record of 72 set by the all-conquering 1995-96 Chicago Bulls side.
Meanwhile, LeBron James moved up the NBA all-time scorers list during the Cleveland Cavaliers 110-108 overtime win against the Atlanta Hawks.
James surpassed Oscar Robertson's tally to move up to 11th in the list with 26,711 points after scoring 29 in the victory over the Hawks.