March 17-- After scoring 81 last season, it shouldn't come as a shock when Kobe Bryant puts up jaw-dropping numbers. But, 60-point performances don't occur every night. Bryant recorded an NBA season-high 65 points for Los Angeles in a 116-111 OT win over Portland on Friday.

He poured in 24 of the Lakers' 30 fourth-quarter points and added nine in the extra frame to lead L.A. to the victory. It was the most points scored in an NBA game since Bryant dropped 81 on the Raptors last year.

Bryant is one of four players in NBA history to rack up at least 60 points in multiple games in their career, a feat also accomplished by the likes of NBA legends Wilt Chamberlain, Michael Jordan and Elgin Baylor.

PLAYER YEARS PLAYED No. of 60-pt GAMES HIGH GAME
Wilt Chamberlain 1959-1974 32 100
Michael Jordan 1984-2003 4 69
Kobe Bryant 1996-? 3 81
Elgin Baylor 1958-1971 3 71