Kobe Bryant broke a John Havlicek record last night.

Last night against the Memphis Grizzlies, Kobe Bryant added his name yet again to the NBA record book. Only this time it was for a record that no Lakers fan will be boasting about anytime soon (although I wouldn't put it pass them to flip this in some way).

At about the half mark of the 4th quarter Kobe put himself past John Havlicek for the most missed field goal attempts in NBA history with 13,421 misses in his career thus far.

This is what Kobe had to say about the "feat", per Baxter Holmes, ESPN:

Asked about the record, Bryant, who scored a game-high 28 points on 10-of-26 shooting and finished with 13,421 misses for his career, smiled and said he wasn't aware of it.

"Nah, I don't follow that stuff, man," he said.

How does he explain setting the mark?

"Well, I'm a shooting guard that's played 19 years," he said, shrugging and smiling. He later added, "Like I said, 'shooting' guard, 19th year."

Kobe does have a point and does this "record" really mean anything?

No, but I'll make sure to keep it in my back pocket for anytime some Lakers fan goes on a "Kobe is the greatest of all-time" rant, just to see the reaction they'll have.

But I do love how Kobe coughed up 26 shots last night. VINTAGE KOBE.

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