Originally posted on Fox Sports West  |  Last updated 3/13/12
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Andrew Bynum had 37 points and 16 rebounds, Kobe Bryant scored 22 of his 34 points after halftime and the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Memphis Grizzlies 116-111 in double overtime on Tuesday night. Pau Gasol added 14 points and eight assists for the Lakers, who won their third straight. Bynum and Bryant accounted for the Lakers' last 10 points after Steve Blake connected on a 3-pointer to open the second extra period. Marreese Speights led the Grizzlies with 25 points, while Marc Gasol finished with 20 points and 11 rebounds. Tony Allen had 18 points, and O. J. Mayo scored 14, but was 7 of 25 from the field. Mike Conley finished with 10 points and 11 assists for Memphis. The Grizzlies took an early lead in the second overtime, but the Lakers clicked off six straight points, including a pair of baskets by Bynum, for a lead they wouldn't relinquish. Memphis played without leading scorer Rudy Gay, who was still suffering from concussion symptoms after a blow to the head in Sunday night's game at Denver. The biggest difference in the game was at the free throw line, where the Lakers were 28 of 34, while Memphis hit all five of its free throws -- two of them on technicals called against Metta World Peace and Bryant. Memphis led 80-71 entering the fourth after outscoring Los Angeles 28-20 in the third behind 15 points from Speights. Consecutive jumpers from Bryant cut into the lead early in the fourth, and when Bynum got free for an alley-oop dunk, the Lakers were within 88-86 with 5:40 left. Speights scored on a rebound basket for a 95-90 lead with 2:28 left. But Bryant's 3- pointer tied the game at 95, then he fed Gasol for a dunk, giving the Lakers a 97-95 lead with 50 seconds left. Marc Gasol scored inside for Memphis with 36.1 left, tying the game at 97 at the end of regulation. Bynum's dunk with 1:20 left in overtime tied it at 103. The Grizzlies carried a 52-51 lead into the halftime break on a 3-pointer by Quincy Pondexter with 26 seconds left after an intensely played first half that saw the Lakers commit 10 turnovers while shooting 50 percent. Bynum was dominating inside, hitting 7 of 9 for 18 points. Bryant was 4 of 5, while adding 12 points. The Grizzlies opened the second half on a 20-4 run, keyed by 13 points from Speights. That took the Memphis lead to 72-55. Then Memphis began misfiring and Bryant started to score. NOTES: Pau Gasol was booed like every other Laker in the pregame intros, despite his years in Memphis. .Sam Young started in place of Gay. .Derek Fisher's 3-pointer from the left corner with 5:16 left in the first quarter put him over 10,000 points for his career. .The crowd of 18,119 marked the Grizzlies' third sellout of the season. .Memphis lost for the first time this season after surpassing the century mark. The Grizzlies are 12-1 when scoring 100 points. .The Lakers are now 8-14 on the road. They won at Minnesota on Friday and with the win over Memphis have consecutive road wins for the first time since Jan. 29 and Feb. 3.
MORE FROM YARDBARKER

Chris Paul nutmegs Milos Teodosic with slick dribbles

Carmelo Anthony is ‘done with the refs’ after Russell Westbrook’s ejection

Warriors stuck without hot water in locker room after beating Cavs

Magic rookie invited teammates to his first sermon, but none showed up

Magic could be sellers, Mirotic eligible to be traded, Jabari Parker closer to return

LIKE WHAT YOU SEE?
GET THE DAILY NEWSLETTER:

Brewers' Nelson rehabbing 'ahead of schedule', Cardinals' Molina retiring after '20?

Broncos considering WR options, Seahawks on Schottenheimer skeptics

Spagnuolo could stay with Giants, Dallas and Cincy swap assistants

Dave Joerger plans to sit veterans, go younger

Chris Paul receives tribute video in return vs Clippers

Russell Westbrook ejected from game for arguing with official

The 'It's a walk-off!" quiz

Best performances in the history of NFL Conference Championship games

Top takeaways from the NFL Divisional round

Sports & Politics Intersect: After all the bluster, college football sticks to sports

2018 NFL Mock Draft

Who stands to benefit the most from the slow MLB offseason?

Sabres look to be biggest sellers ahead of NHL trade deadline

Top impact MLB free agents still looking for work

Is Andrew Wiggins finally turning the corner?

Jayson Tatum is making a living in the clutch

The 'Home field disadvantage' quiz

NHL Weekender: Bruins, Flames, Jets are taking flight

NBA News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

By clicking "Sign Me Up", you have read and agreed to the Yardbarker Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. You can opt out at any time. For more information, please see our Privacy Policy.

The 'It's a walk-off!" quiz

Best performances in the history of NFL Conference Championship games

Sports & Politics Intersect: After all the bluster, college football sticks to sports

The 'Home field disadvantage' quiz

NHL Weekender: Bruins, Flames, Jets are taking flight

Sabres look to be biggest sellers ahead of NHL trade deadline

The 'How much ya bench?' quiz

Who stands to benefit the most from the slow MLB offseason?

Jayson Tatum is making a living in the clutch

The 'Quite the catch' quiz

Today's Best Stuff
For Publishers
Company Info
Help
Follow Yardbarker