LOS ANGELES (Agencies) - Kobe Bryant scored 33 points and hit a tiebreaking jumper with 1:15 to play, and the Los Angeles Lakers bounced back from consecutive home losses with a 102-98 victory over the pesky Philadelphia 76ers last night. Pau Gasol had 20 points and eight rebounds for the Lakers, and Lamar Odorn scored 18 points off the bench as the defending champions barely hung on against the up-and-coming Sixers, whose resilient effort left coach Doug Collins thrilled. Los Angeles never trailed for the sixth time this season, but also couldn't shake the young Sixers until Philadelphia missed five shots in the final minute. Holiday had 19 points and 11 assists and Lou Williams scored 18 points for the Sixers, whose eight-game road trip concludes Monday in New Orleans. The Sixers won at Denver and Phoenix over the past five days, but repeatedly fell just short of taking a late lead in their fourth straight loss to the Lakers. While Lakers coach Phil Jackson lamented excessive mistakes and shaky late-game poise from his club, Collins headed into 2011 charged up about the Sixers' potential. After Bryant missed a jumper with 33 seconds left, Holiday and Lou Williams took consecutive 3-pointers in the waning seconds. When Williams' shot missed with 4 seconds to play, the Lakers finally exhaled.