NBA-Highlights of Sunday's NBA games

March 26 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights of Sunday's NBA games: - - - Rockets 137, Thunder 125 Lou Williams paced four 20-point scorers for Houston in a win over Oklahoma City. Williams finished with 31 points on 11-of-15 shooting, hitting seven of eight three-pointers to help carry the Rockets to their third win in four meetings with the Thunder this season. Guards James Harden (22 points, 12 assists) and Eric Gordon (24 points) and forward Trevor Ariza, who made nine of 11 shots while scoring 24 points aided the win. Houston shot a robust 63.3 percent from the floor. Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook recorded his league-leading 36th triple-double. He finished with 39 points, 11 rebounds and 13 assists. - - - Kings 98, Clippers 97 Willie Cauley-Stein scored on a put-back with 1.8 seconds remaining, allowing visiting Sacramento to stun the Los Angeles Clippers. Darren Collison scored 19 points to lead the Kings, who trailed by as many as 18 points in the fourth quarter. Sacramento rookie guard Buddy Hield, who hit two clutch three-pointers in the rally, and forward Anthony Tolliver each had 15 points. DeAndre Jordan collected 20 points and 11 rebounds for the Clippers, while Chris Paul had 17 points and nine assists. Blake Griffin also scored 17 points. - - - Hornets 120, Suns 106 Kemba Walker had 31 points and nine assists to lead Charlotte. The Hornets pounced on the Suns quickly, racing to leads of 17-1, 22-3 and 30-7 before eventually leading 38-18 after one quarter. The Hornets went on to lead by as many as 25 in what was their second wire-to-wire victory of the season. - - - Nets 107, Hawks 92 Veterans Jeremy Lin and Brook Lopez combined for 42 points to help Brooklyn outlast short-handed Atlanta, which suffered a seventh straight loss. Lopez had 23 points and seven rounds and Lin scored 19 points and added eight assists, two steals and four rebounds. Brooklyn broke a five-game losing streak in Atlanta. - - - Bulls 109, Bucks 94 Nikola Mirotic hit six three-pointers and scored 28 points on 11-of-14 shooting for the Bulls. Jimmy Butler scored 20 points while adding 14 of the Bulls' 33 assists. Robin Lopez and Rajon Rondo each scored 18 points for Chicago. Giannis Antetokounmpo led Milwaukee with 22 points. (Editing by Gene Cherry)