Kobe Bryant scored 40 points for the second straight night (48 vs. Suns on Tuesday) and Andrew Bynum blocked Al Jefferson's shot with 1.9 seconds left in overtime to lift the Los Angeles Lakers to a 90-87 victory over Utah on Wednesday night, ending the Jazz's winning streak at five.
The win was the first on the road for the Lakers, while Utah dropped its first home game after starting 5-0.
Los Angeles handed the Jazz a 96-71 loss Dec. 27 in Utah's season opener.
This one was close, as Paul Millsap's tip-in tied things at 78-78 with 21 seconds left in regulation.
Bryant missed a shot at the buzzer that would have won it in regulation for Los Angeles.
Millsap scored the first four points of overtime, but the Lakers fought back, with three-pointers by Bryant and Pau Gasol.
The Jazz had a chance to win it, but Bynum blocked Jefferson's short jumper.
Millsap led Utah with 29 points.