Notes on Sunday's games in the National Basketball Association ...
• Who Owns This Place? We love it when players just go off for no apparent reason; and not in the bad Carmelo Anthony way, but in the good, Gilbert Arenas just scored 60 way. That's right, Agent Zero went a tad insane on Sunday at The Forum — or more so than usual, anyway — and scored 60 on the Lakers, the first time anyone has done that since Wilt Chamberlain. Washington beat Los Angeles 147-141 in overtime, and Kobe Bryant has to be thinking 'What do I have to do?' after scoring 45 points of his own.
• Where's The Big Love For Jazz? Meanwhile, Utah is sneaking around with an 18-6 record that no one seems to notice, even though it's the second-best mark in all of the NBA. Le Jazz beat the Pacers 104-94 on Sunday, holding Indiana to 36.5 percent shooting.
• Mr. Big Shot, Who Do You Think You Are? Jason Maxiell filled in for Rasheed Wallace's sore ankles and had 17 points and 12 rebounds, including the clinching shot with 6 seconds left, in the Pistons' 97-93 win over the SuperSonics.
• Yao, Baby. Yao Ming had 32 points and 10 rebounds, Rafer Alston had 24 points, and Tracy McGrady had zero points (still sidelined) as the Rockets ended a three-game losing streak, winning 108-103 vover the Clippers.