NBA roundup: Lakers beat 76ers in last second

A match-winning three-pointer from Brandon Ingram with just 0.8 seconds left on the clock saw the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Philadelphia 76ers 107-104.

Ingram finished with 21 points to his name, while Julius Randle and Jordan Clarkson added 16 points apiece as the Lakers ended a five-game losing streak.

A 33-point match from Joel Embiid was in vain for the 76ers.

Two nights after scoring 51 points at Portland, Bradley Beal was again the hero for the Washington Wizards after his 34 points secured a 109-99 win over the Phoenix Suns.

Beal had bagged 22 points before half-time, while former Suns player Markieff Morris helping himself to 21 points, as the Wizards won for the third time in four outings.

The Oklahoma City Thunder blew a 16-point lead, as they succumbed 100-95 to the Brooklyn Nets, in Mexico City.

Despite Russell Westbrook finishing with 31 points, the Nets outscored the Thunder 26-16 in the final quarter to complete an impressive comeback.

The Houston Rockets outscored the Utah Jazz 37-20 in the third quarter, and it proved crucial, as they emerged victorious 112-101.