Kobe Bryant decided it was time to score after spending the first quarter getting his teammates involved. Bryant hit four of five shots in the second quarter, leading the team with nine points. Lamar Odom had his own dunk contest, slamming home two jams to help the Lakers extend their lead. By halftime, the game started to get away from the Jazz as they fell behind by 22 points. You just can’t shoot 32 percent against the Lakers at Staples Center and expect to win.