Despite the Lakers’ devastating 97-91 loss to the Celtics in Game 4 of the 2008 NBA Finals, Kobe Bryant did move past Elgin Baylor into fourth place on the team’s all-time playoff scoring list with 3,639 points. Should the Lakers extend the series past Game 5, it is conceivable that Kobe will pass Magic Johnson who sits in third place with 3,701 playoff points.

Kobe also tied Byron Scott for fifth place on the all-time playoff games list at 150. Should the Lakers extend this series to seven games, Kobe would tie Jerry West for fourth place at 153. Kobe is also within two field goals of passing Shaquille O’Neal for fourth place on the all-time list. Shaq sits at 1,309, Kobe at 1,308.

Not that anyone wants to remember this seeing as how the game ended, but the Lakers did have the largest first quarter lead of any game in Finals history, at 21 points. They led after one quarter 35-14