VANCOUVER, Dec. 30 -- Mookie Blaylock's layup with 4.5 seconds to play proved to be the winning basket Saturday night as the Golden State Warriors blew a 19-point lead before outlasting the Vancouver Grizzlies, 102-101.
At 10-20, the Warriors lead only Vancouver for the Western Conference's worst record and have owned the Grizzlies of late, winning eight of the last nine encounters. Golden State improved to 8-3 in Vancouver and posted its first road win this season when trailing entering the fourth quarter.
Antawn Jamison scored 35 points for the Warriors, who have won consecutive games for the first time this season and four of their last six overall.
Shareef Abdur-Rahim scored 31 points for Vancouver, which has lost five in a row.