HONOLULU, Oct. 11 (Ticker) -- Phil Jackson's second tenure as coach of the Los Angeles Lakers got off to a pretty good start.

Kobe Bryant scored 24 of his 28 points in the first half to lead the Lakers to a 101-93 victory over the Golden State Warriors in the preseason opener for both teams.

After guiding the Lakers to three NBA titles in four seasons, Jackson left the team following the 2004 Finals amid growing disagreements with Bryant, who was second in the league in scoring (27.6) last season.

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Jackson, who wants to return the Lakers to the playoffs after they missed the postseason for the first time since 1993-1994, saw his team rally to erase a 24-8 deficit in the first quarter.

Lamar Odom scored 16 points and Brian Cook added 10 for the Lakers, who finished 2004-05 losing 19 of their last 21 contests.

Golden State, which won 15 of its final 20 games last season, took a 56-55 halftime lead before letting its reserves play most of the second half.

Baron Davis scored 17 points for the Warriors and brought the crowd to its feet in the second quarter when he drove the lane and banked the ball off the backboard to Jason Richardson, who finished with a thunderous one-handed dunk.

Richardson scored 14 points and Mickael Pietrus added 13 for Golden State.