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NBA Report / Scores and fast facts

Sunday's games

Houston 116, New York 112: Tracy McGrady finished with 15 points, seven rebounds and five assists in 33 minutes, but was scoreless in the fourth quarter as he tried vainly to rally the Knicks against the team that recently traded him.

Indiana 121, Oklahoma City 101: The Pacers shot 52 and put up the highest point total of the season scored against the Thunder. Kevin Durant, the league's No. 2 scorer, finished with 16 points on just 4 for 16 shooting for OKC.

Sacramento 102, L.A. Clippers 89: Beno Udrih had 20 points and a career-high 17 assists in the absence of point guard Tyreke Evans. Evans, who leads all rookies in scoring (20.3) and minutes (37.3), took an inadvertent elbow Friday from Milwaukee's Ersan Ilyasova and is suffering from a mild concussion, a bruised jaw, lacerated gums and chipped teeth.

Cleveland 104, Detroit 79: J.J. Hickson and Anthony Parker scored 16 of Cleveland's 19 points in a stretch of more than five minutes in which Detroit went without a field goal to give the Cavaliers their first season sweep of the Pistons in 30 years. Center Zydrunas Ilgauskas, sent to Washington -- which then released him -- at the trade deadline, is eligible to be re-signed today.

Washington at L.A. Lakers: Lakers center Andrew Bynum has a strained left Achilles' tendon and not a tear, but it will keep him out for two weeks.

Atlanta 119, San Antonio 114: Jamal Crawford's layup with 53 seconds sent the game into overtime and teammate Joe Johnson hit a jumper to give the Hawks the lead for good with 1:21 left in OT. Al Horford added a jumper and two free throws to hold off the Spurs.

Compiled from News and wire service reports.

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