Kemba Walker scores after faking a behind the back pass
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Kemba Walker had 8 assists to go along with his game high 24 points in the game that will be known as Kobe’s first win of the season game. The fanciest of those 24 came early in the 2nd half when he scored off a lightening quick behind the back pass that Avery Johnson made popular back in the 90s running and gunning with the Warriors before he became The Little General with the Spurs.