Kobe Bryant added another Los Angeles Lakers record to his résumé on Saturday night, battling the Milwaukee Bucks at The Bradley Center in Milwaukee. Bryant hit a free throw with 6:34 remaining in the fourth quarter on Saturday, giving him 7,161 free throws made in his career, passing Hall of Famer Jerry West for the top spot in Lakers franchise history. Bryant added two more free throws in the fourth quarter en route to scoring 27 points.
|Most Free Throws Made, Lakers History|
Eight of the top 10 in free throws made in Lakers history are in the Hall of Fame, with only time and eligibility holding back Bryant and Shaquille O`Neal.
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