Pau Gasol

Lakers center Pau Gasol, middle, battles Chicago Bulls teammates Carlos Boozer, left, and Mike Dunleavy during the first half of the Lakers' 102-100 overtime loss Monday. (Jonathan Daniel / Getty Images / January 20, 2014)

Taj Gibson hit the game-winning layup at the buzzer, giving the Chicago Bulls a 102-100 victory in overtime over the Lakers on Monday.

After five-straight points from D.J. Augustin to give the Bulls a 100-98 lead, Nick Young hit a right, baseline jumper with six seconds left to tie the game.

The Lakers were able to stop an Augustin drive, deflecting the ball out of bounds with just 0.9 left on the clock -- but that was enough for Mike Dunleavy to inbound the ball to Gibson as he made his way to the basket.

The shot went off Gibson's fingertips with less than two-tenths of a second before the buzzer.

Young led all scorers with 31 points, including three free throws at the end of regulation to force overtime.

Augustin scored 27 for the Bulls on 10-for-16 shooting, including 5 for 7 from three-point range.

Pau Gasol had 20 points with 19 rebounds, five blocks and three steals, but he also had five turnovers, including a pair in overtime that helped the Bulls pull ahead.

Joakim Noah finished with 17 points with 21 rebounds and six assists. Jimmy Butler also had a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds.

Chicago shot just 38.2% from the field, but had 19 offensive rebounds. The Lakers hit 42.2% of their shots with just nine offensive boards.

Jodie Meeks (16 points) and Ryan Kelly (13) also scored in double figures.

The Bulls also got 12 points from Gibson and Mike Dunleavy along with 11 from Carlos Boozer. Kirk Hinrich left after 19 minutes with a hamstring injury.

Kendall Marshall scored just three points with eight assists and four turnovers.

Playing on the second night of a back-to-back without five injured players (Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, Steve Blake, Jordan Farmar and Xavier Henry), the Lakers fall to 16-26 on the season. Chicago, playing without Derrick Rose (knee), improved to 20-20.

The Lakers will travel to Miami to play the Heat (29-12) on Thursday. It will be their fifth game of a seven-game road trip.

The Bulls visit the Cleveland Cavaliers (15-26) on Wednesday.

Lakers 93, Chicago Bulls 93 (end of regulation)

Nick Young hit three free throws with 4.1 left on the clock to force overtime.

The Lakers held a 90-87 lead after six straight points from Pau Gasol. D.J. Augustin answered with a three-pointer, followed by a layup from Jimmy Butler.

Joakim Noah had a chance to give the Bulls a four-point lead with 7.4 seconds left, but split a pair of free throws, opening up the door for Young's game-saving opportunity. Noah missed a difficult shot at the buzzer, leading to overtime.

Through regulation, Nick Young led all scorers with 26 points. D.J. Augustin had 22 for Chicago. Gasol contributed 18 points, 14 rebounds, five blocks and three steals.