Los Angeles, CA (Sports Network) - Andre Iguodala knocked down a game-winning three-pointer just before the final buzzer sounded, as the Philadelphia 76ers nipped the Los Angeles Lakers, 94-93, at Staples Center.
Iguodala, who missed his previous six attempts from downtown prior to nailing the game-winner, finished with 25 points for the Sixers, who were coming off a perfect three-game homestand.
Lou Williams chipped in 18 points and six assists, and Donyell Marshall was a spark off the bench by hitting all three of his tries from behind the arc in the fourth quarter.
Pau Gasol paced the Lakers with 25 points, eight rebounds and six assists, while Lamar Odom ended with 14 points and 11 rebounds in the Lakers' first loss in four games.
Kobe Bryant finished with a paltry 11 points on 5-of-15 shooting but gave the Lakers a two-point lead when he hit a 22-foot jumper at the top of the key with 6.6 seconds remaining in the game.
After a timeout, the Sixers gave the ball to Iguodala out front. Rather than take Trevor Ariza to the hole, the fifth-year pro pulled up from long range and hit nothing but net as the horn sounded to send the stunned Lakers fans home.
Bryant's three-pointer with 4 1/2 minutes left in the first quarter gave the Lakers a healthy 19-8 advantage. Philly inched back to trail 24-20 after one stanza and the teams went into the locker room locked at 50-50.
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The Sixers trailed just 63-62 late in the third, but with Bryant on the bench, the Lakers ended the frame on a 10-0 rush capped by a dunk from Luke Walton.
Jordan Farmar's three-pointer to open the fourth yielded a 76-62 LA advantage and the hosts appeared poised to pull away.
But Iguodala sparked an impressive turnaround by attacking the rim. His dunk followed by Marshall's three-pointer capped a 10-2 run, getting the visitors within 78-72 with nine minutes to play.
Josh Powell's layup interrupted the rally, but not for long, as Iguodala's three-point play on the ensuing possession was the first of 14-straight points for the visitors.
Marshall's three-pointer yielded an 86-80 lead with 5:24 on the clock. The Pacific Division champs managed to take a one-point lead at 89-88 a little later thanks to a 9-2 run, and Gasol followed a Marshall trey with a pair of free throws to tie things at 91-all with 1:39 on the clock.