Mamba out! It was a night for the record books on Wednesday. Two NBA games managed to break Twitter for unrelated reasons that caused eve...
Kobe Bryant's Insane Final Game and the Golden State Warriors' Record-Smashing Win Break Twitter!
First, L.A. Lakers legend Kobe Bryant wrapped up his two-decade career by scoring 60 points in his final game against the Utah Jazz -- the most points ever made by a player in his final game.
Naturally, the internet went wild, with stars cheering on Bryant's incredible career and unbelievable swan song.
Longtime Lakers supporter Adam Levine tweeted, "Kobe. Legend. Thank you for 20 years of inspiration. #MAMBA." His wife, Behati Prinsloo, also shared a selfie with her man at the final game, writing, "Saying goodbye to a legend #mambaout #kobebryant."
Kendall Jenner simply tweeted, "KOBE," and her brother-in-law, Kanye West, posted a photo of his yellow shirt that read, "I Feel Like Kobe" and also shared a pic of his ticket, writing, "At the God's last game."
Demi Lovato got in on the action, tweeting, "#ThankYouKobe still gotta play that game of horse soon @kobebryant… SHUT THE F**K UP WITH THIS GAME RIGHT NOW #ThankYouKobe… What a f**king G…. #LegendaryExit."
Magic Johnson tweeted, ".@kobebryant scoring 60 points in his last game is the greatest final performance that I've ever seen in sports!" And Shaquille O'Neal wrote, "Thanks for the memories Kobe #34 #24 #8 #mamba #diesel Bibb."
But Bryant's farewell wasn't the only record smashed on Wednesday night. The Golden State Warriors also brought home their 73rd regular season victory, which broke the Chicago Bulls' record, even prompting President Obama to tweet.
"Congrats to the @Warriors, a great group of guys on and off the court," he wrote. "If somebody had to break the Bulls' record, I'm glad it's them."