OAKLAND, Calif., Jan. 15 (Ticker) -- With Kobe Bryant sidelined, Lamar Odom took leadership of the Los Angeles Lakers.

Odom scored the team's final five points, including a tie-breaking driving layup with 1.3 seconds remaining, as the Lakers rallied for a 104-102 triumph over the Golden State Warriors, who have lost nine straight games.

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With the game tied at 102-102, Odom received the inbounds pass beyond the arc, drove the lane and lifted a lefthanded layup past the outstretched arms of Clifford Robinson.

After scoring just three points in the first half, the first-year Laker finished with a season-high 27 and grabbed 12 rebounds. Odom also drew a charge against center Adonal Foyle to set up the go-ahead possession.

Golden State's Speedy Claxton had a chance to win the game, but his 3-pointer bounced off the back of the rim.

In the starting lineup due to Bryant's sprained ankle, Chucky Atkins added 20 points for Los Angeles, including a 3-pointer that provided a 97-96 lead with 2:40 left, its first since the start of the third quarter.

Derek Fisher scored a career-high 29 points against his former team, but he couldn't prevent Golden State from losing a nine-point fourth-quarter advantage.