At some point in the second half of tonight's game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Memphis Grizzlies, Kobe Bryant will likely set another team record. Bryant, who is already the only Laker ever to play in 15 seasons, is 27 minutes shy of becoming the Lakers' all-time leader in minutes played, behind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
Here are the all-time Laker franchise leaders in minutes played:
Bryant is already the franchise leader in points scored, with 25,862. Only four players in NBA history have scored more points with one franchise than Kobe, and he will likely pass two of them this season:
Bryant also ranks second on the Lakers all-time list in games, minutes, steals, field goal attempts, free throws made and attempted, and free-throw percentage. He is the franchise all-time leader in three pointers made and attempted.
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