Darvin Ham, the head coach of the Lakers, had witnessed his team suffer close defeats during the previous week.

The tenacity and perseverance of Ham's players were evident on Friday night.

After a steal, Dennis Schröder scored a three-point play with 7.6 seconds remaining.

Los Angeles outlasted Memphis 122-121 to end the Grizzlies' 11-game winning run.

Ham remarked, "To achieve a win like this is a momentum swing.

The boys were a little depressed following the Sacramento game, but we addressed the areas where we wanted to improve.

If we hadn't fought like we did, there was no way we could have prevailed in this game.

The Lakers had dropped their last three contests by a combined score of 10.

With 3:04 left, they were behind 114-107 before outscoring the Grizzlies 15-7 to win the game.

Desmond Bane was at half court when Schröder stole the ball and hit a layup.

Bane fouled him, tying the score at 120. The advantage was subsequently given by a free throw by Schröder.

According to Schröder, who finished with 19 points, "we tried to trap first before we fouled."

I made a play after seeing Bane catch the ball with his back to me.

I intercepted the ball, pushed it, was fouled, and completed the play.