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NBA scores and highlights: Hornets win in Phoenix behind Kemba's clutch play

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Kemba Walker guarded by Deandre Ayton (NBA Getty Images)

There are seven NBA games on Sunday, with some of the league's top teams and talent on display.

If you missed any of the action, check here throughout the day to catch up on all the biggest storylines and highlights from each game.

Top Storylines

  • Bradley Beal leads the Wizards to a road win in OKC despite a triple-double from Russell Westbrook.
  • After knocking off the Bucks, the Raptors toppled another Eastern Conference rival in the Pacers, whose six-game win streak comes to an end.
  • Kemba Walker's 28-point performance helped the Hornets win their first road game in nearly a month.

Brooklyn Nets 117, Chicago Bulls 100

Box Score | Play-by-Play

28 points from D'Angelo Russell led the way for the Nets (20-21), who have now won five of their last seven games to emerge into the Eastern Conference playoff picture midway through the season.

Minnesota Timberwolves 108, Los Angeles Lakers 86

Box Score | Play-by-Play

Karl-Anthony Towns' monster 28-point, 18-rebound night was capitalized with this monster slam.

Los Angeles Clippers 106, Orlando Magic 96

Box Score | Play-by-Play

Tobias Harris' game-high 28 points paced the Clippers, who came from 15 down to earn a 10-point home win over the Magic.

Atlanta Hawks 106, Miami Heat 82

Box Score | Play-by-Play

Trae Young led the Hawks with 19 points as they earned a win over the Heat in Dwyane Wade's final game in Atlanta. The rookie and the vet exchanged jerseys postgame.

Washington Wizards 116, Oklahoma City Thunder 98

Box Score | Play-by-Play

Bradley Beal led the way with 25 points (18 in the first half), six assists and five rebounds as the Wizards leave Oklahoma City with an impressive road win.

Toronto Raptors 121, Indiana Pacers 105

Box Score | Play-by-Play

The Pacers' six-game win streak came to an end as the Raptors earned a 16-point win behind a game-high 23 points from reserve Norman Powell.

Charlotte Hornets 119, Phoenix Suns 113

Box Score | Play-by-Play

Kemba Walker's 18-point fourth quarter helped lead Charlotte to its first road win since Dec. 9.

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