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Lakers inch out surprising last second win in heated game against Grizzlies, while Irving scores 48


Dennis Schroder completed a three-point play with 7.6 seconds after a steal as the Los Angeles Lakers rallied to beat Memphis 122-121 on Friday night, snapping the Grizzlies’ winning streak at 11.

The Lakers trailed 114-107 before outscoring the Grizzlies 15-7 the rest of the way.

Schroder, who scored 19 points, stole the ball from Desmond Bane near half-court and made a layup while being fouled by Bane to tie it at 120. Schroder then made a free throw for the lead.

Lakers guard Russell Westbrook (0) shoots against Memphis Grizzlies forward Brandon Clarke

Lakers guard Russell Westbrook (0) shoots against Memphis Grizzlies forward Brandon Clarke

After a timeout, Memphis’ Brandon Clarke was fouled with 1.9 seconds remaining. He made the first, but missed the second. 

Bane got the offensive rebound, but lost control of it to give the Lakers possession with 0.4 seconds…



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