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(CBS) — Andrew Bynum recorded the first playoff triple-double  by a Laker in 21 years as the Los Angeles Lakers cruised past the Denver Nuggets 103-88 in game one of the NBA playoffs on Sunday afternoon.

Gallery: Game One

Bynum scored 10 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and tied a NBA postseason record with 10 blocked shots.

Kobe Bryant led all scorers with 31 points.

“We’re a championship caliber team.” Bryant said.  “We were very good defensively, very active, contested everything.”

Magic Johnson had a triple-double in the 1991 NBA Finals.

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