VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) _ Bryant Reeves jammed home a rebound with 2.7 seconds remaining to give the Vancouver Grizzlies a 97-96 win over the Sacramento Kings on Saturday night.

Shareef Abdur-Rahim led the Grizzlies with 19 points despite shooting 5-for-16 and Otis Thorpe chipped in 15 points, 13 rebounds and four assists. Reeves and Anthony Peeler had 15 each and Blue Edwards came off the bench to chip in 12.

The Grizzlies were called for a five-second violation with 13.8 seconds left when Edwards failed to deliver an inbounds pass. The Kings then worked the ball to Mitch Richmond, whose shot from just inside the 3-point line was short.

Billy Owens grabed the offensive rebound and put it in from 8 feet to give Sacramento a one-point lead with 8.1 seconds to play.

Vancouver took posession at halfcourt and worked the ball to Abdur-Rahim for a 15-footer that clanged off the front of the rim and into the hands of Reeves, who slammed it home for the win.

Richmond led Sacramento with 24 points, Corliss Williamson came off the bench to score 18 points and Michael Smith had a 12-point, 12-rebound night.

Sacramento carried a two point lead, 79-77, into what turned out to be a seesaw fourth quarter that saw the lead change hands nine times.

Notes: The Kings were the only NBA team that had Friday night off. ... Kings rookie Lawrence Funderburke was suspended without pay for Saturday's game and fined $2,500 for leaving the bench area during an altercation in a preseason game against Indiana. ... The Grizzlies were without guard Sam Mack, acquired in a trade with Houston earlier this week. Mack is in Chicago awaiting the birth of his child.