Bryant maneuvered past Aaron Gray and slammed home a two-handed dunk with 10.6 seconds left in the extra session to put the Lakers ahead and negate the nine turnovers he made in the game. Rudy Gay failed in his attempt tie it up with a jumper on the Raptors' final possession.
Toronto had led by as many as 15 points only to have Los Angeles work back into contention and force the overtime.
DeMar DeRozan's 28 points was the best the Raptors could do as Toronto lost for the sixth time in seven games.
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