SALT LAKE CITY, March 7 (Ticker) -- Chris Webber and Mike Bibby scored 24 points apiece and Peja Stojakovic added 19 as the Sacramento Kings held on for an 108-105 overtime victory over the Utah Jazz.

For the second straight game, the Kings needed overtime to win. They were leading 94-88 with just under two minutes left in regulation before Utah used a 7-1 run to forge a 95-95 tie.

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After John Stockton hit a 3-pointer and Malone tied the game with a pair of free throws with 4.7 seconds remaining, the Kings scored the first seven points of the extra period. A jumper by Webber and a 3-pointer by Stojakovic helped them open a 102-95 advantage with 2:31 remaining.

But Utah did not fold and used a 7-2 spurt to get within 104-102 with 21 seconds remaining on Malone's layup.

Bibby, however, clinched Sacramento's sixth straight win in Utah with four consecutive foul shots in the final 20 seconds.

"I think we just kind of pushed it more and took advantage of the zone," Webber said. "I think the zone kind of threw us off at times and we didn't get the shots we needed, and they were playing well. A lot of things were going their way, a lot of calls were going their way."

Before Webber and Stojakovic took over in the opening minutes of overtime, Utah had one last opportunity for the win. As Stojakovic tried to bring the ball up, Andrei Kirilenko stripped him and launched a desperation 3-pointer that went off the front of the rim as time expired.

"It seems like we weren't supposed to win this one, but I'm glad we came in and just kept our heads and pulled out the victory," Webber said. "I think, come overtime, we knew it was now or never, and we got to take it because they don't want to give it to us."

Webber, who aggravated his sprained ankle in the fourth quarter of Wednesday's win over Minnesota, did not seemed bothered by the injury. In 47 minutes, he shot 12-of-20 and grabbed 15 rebounds.

"Webber is a terrific player, he gets the ball up at the top of the key and can put it on the floor," Jazz coach Jerry Sloan said. "When you play against a great team, they make you look lost. We have had that happen a couple of times in the past. If you keep your assignment, you're OK. But if you don't stick to it, it is pretty much mashed potatoes."

Bibby finished 9-of-16 from the floor and Stojakovic was 7-of-15, scoring seven points in overtime.

In the extra period, Utah's zone defense did little to stop Sacramento, which shot 53 percent (44-of-83), including 3-of-5 in overtime.

"At the end of the fourth quarter, we couldn't find a solution for their zone," Stojakovic said. "But when we got into overtime, we did find the open guys and they hit the shots."

The Kings appeared on the verge on pulling away in the final stages of the third quarter as they held a 72-62 lead with 68 seconds remaining. But after Keon Clark's dunk, Malone had a jumper, Kirilenko made a foul shot and DeShawn Stevenson sank a 3-pointer as time expired to cut the deficit to 72-68.

Utah stayed in the game and forged an 84-84 tie, when Malone hit a jumper with 5 1/2 minutes remaining. But the Jazz went scoreless for over two minutes until Malone's driving layup at the 3:11 mark that made it 88-86.

Despite Utah's slump, Sacramento couldn't take advantage. It never got the lead above four points until Bobby Jackson stripped Greg Ostertag and went in for a layup with 1:46 remaining to make it 94-88.

Malone led the Jazz in scoring for the 10th straight game, finishing with 25 points. But he was a non-factor in overtime and struggled to stop Webber most of the night.

Stockton added 20 points and Stevenson chipped in 15 points for the Jazz, who shot 43 percent (42-of-97) and outrebounded the Kings, 51-41.

Bobby Jackson chipped in 14 points and nearly won the game late in the fourth quarter for the Kings. His layup and foul shot in final 1:46 seemed to clinch the win for Sacramento.

"It's never an easy win over these guys," Kings coach Rick Adelman said. "It was a tough game. Both teams really competed and played hard."

"It was back and forth the whole game," Utah guard Calbert Cheaney said. "They are a good basketball team and it went their way at the end of the game. We did a good job of sending it overtime, but then they hit some big shots. They got off to an early lead and we just couldn't overcome that."