Washington: The Los Angeles Lakers edged the Detroit Pistons 106-102 thanks to a fourth-quarter comeback in a National Basketball Association (NBA) match.
The Lakers trailed by ten points at the beginning of the fourth quarter, and Jordan Farmar stood out to lead the team to victory here Friday, reports Xinhua.
The Pistons dominated the paint with 76-28, but the Lakers made 14 out of 31 three-point attempts to rally back.
Wesley Johnson led the Lakers with 27 points. Farmar and Shawne Williams added 13 and 20 respectively.
Rodney Stuckey had Pistons team best 22 points from the bench.