Kobe Bryant broke one of Wilt Chamberlain's records last night against the New Orleans Hornets. No, the Lakers star didn't hang 100 points on them. He "only" managed to drop 29. But, in doing so, he reached the 30,000-point mark for his career, making him the youngest player in NBA history to drop 30,000 points at just 34 years, 104 days old. The previous record was held by Chamberlain, who scored his 30,000th point when he was 35 years, 179 days old.

Impressive, Kobe. A few former and current NBA players thought so, too, and wrote about it on Twitter last night. Click through the thumbs to see what they had to say.

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[via ESPN Los Angeles]