Sunday, December 29 – Live NBA scores, updates, news, stats and highlights

We had just five games on deck around the NBA on Monday, but there was no shortage of show-stopping performances, headlined by Shai Gilgeous-Alexander's game-winning display for the Thunder and Lonzo Ball's breakout game against the Houston Rockets.

Catch up on all the day's scores, stats, news and highlights below:

Oklahoma City Thunder 98, Toronto Raptors 97


Shai Gilgeous-Alexander banks in what eventually becomes the game-winner. He finishes with a game-high 32 points (12-21 FG's)

Memphis Grizzlies 117, Charlotte Hornets 104


The Hornets suffer their fifth straight loss as the Canadian duo of Dillon Brooks and Brandon Clarke combine for 38 points in the Grizzlies win.

New Orleans Pelicans 127, Houston Rockets 112


The Pelicans pull of an upset at home to win their fourth straight. Four players scored 25 or more for the Pelicans, for the first time in franchise history, with Lonzo Ball having the best game of his season.

Denver Nuggets 120, Sacramento Kings 115


Seven Nuggets score in double figures as they hand the Kings their seventh straight loss.

Michael Porter Jr. scores a team-high 19 points while Nikola Jokic finishes with 18 points, eight rebounds, and four assists.

Los Angeles Lakers 108, Dallas Mavericks 95


Six Lakers players score in double figures led by 23 points and nine rebounds from Anthony Davis.

The Lakers got a spark off the bench from Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (19 points) and Dwight Howard (15 points), including multiple highlight-reel jams.

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