Bryant says he no longer has the energy levels to go through the whole 48 minutes.
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The Philadelphia 76ers' historic and agonizing losing streak finally ended Tuesday as Kobe Bryant suffered more defeat with the Los Angeles Lakers in his first road match since announcing his plans to retire.A 23-point haul from forward Robert Covington laid the foundation for a deserved 103-91 Sixers victory as Bryant and the Lakers tumbled to 2-15, the worst record in the Western Conference.Bryant meanwhile was the top scorer for the Lakers, producing 20 points, two assists and five rebounds.John Wall led the way with 35 points, 10 assists and four rebounds as the Wizards improved to 7-8, easing pressure on beleaguered coach Randy Wittman.At one point the Wizards surged 22 points clear in the third quarter before Cavaliers guard Matthew Dellavedova scored 10 points in the third to reduce the deficit.
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