Brandon Ingram was the hero Thursday night taking a dish from Lonzo Ball for a wide-open 3-point attempt that turned into the game-winner to sink the Philadelphia 76ers for a 107-104 victory.

Take a look at the sequence:

Ball made the play happen taking a pass and driving baseline before kicking out to Ingram who had just enough time to sink the triple with 0.8 seconds left.

The Sixers were unable to get anything on the final prayer, only getting a desperation heave from Richaun Holmes that wasn't even close.

Ball became a hero after a decision that some may have not liked when he threw up a contested three from the right wing in an effort for a two-for-one in the final 30 seconds. It was a brick but the Sixers couldn't muster a bucket on the other end and it was Ball getting the long rebound and pushing the pace with numbers, causing head coach Luke Walton to decide against a timeout.

That decision paid off as the Lakers end the season series with a split against the 76ers. It was another big night for Joel Embiid who finished with 33 points, seven rebounds and six assists. Ball finished with 10 points, eight rebounds and eight assists.