Terry Cummings scored 21 points to lead eight Milwaukee Bucks in double figures in a 140-82 victory over the Sacramento Kings last night in Milwaukee.

The 58-point margin of victory was the fourth largest in NBA history, second largest in Bucks history and worst in Kings history.

The NBA record for the biggest margin of victory is 63 in a 162-99 Los Angeles victory over Golden State on March 19, 1972. Milwaukee's biggest winning margin was 59 points, 143-84, over Detroit on Dec. 26, 1978.

The Kings shot only 37.3 percent from the field. Their leading scorer was Reggie Theus with 18 points.

Milwaukee shot 66.7 percent from the field, setting a club record. Celtics 109, Bulls 104

Larry Bird scored 34 points, Kevin McHale 27 and Dennis Johnson 23 and Boston scored 12 straight points down the stretch to win at home against Chicago.

Trailing, 103-94, with just less than five minutes remaining, the Celtics rallied to provide K.C. Jones with his 300th NBA coaching victory.

Orlando Woolridge led Chicago with 26 points. Warriors 112, SuperSonics 105

Center Joe Barry Carroll scored four points in the final 15 seconds in Oakland as Golden State beat Seattle to end a five-game losing streak.

Purvis Short led Golden State with 27 points and Carroll finished with 24. Former Washington Bullet Greg Ballard had a season-high 20 points for the Warriors.

Seattle's Tom Chambers was the game's top scorer with 28 points. Lakers 132, Pistons 119

James Worthy scored 25 points and Magic Johnson 19 in Inglewood, Calif., as Los Angeles defeated Detroit.

All five Lakers starters scored in double figures without playing during the fourth quarter. Los Angeles had a 105-82 lead after three quarters.

Isiah Thomas had 16 points and 11 assists for the Pistons and former Washington Bullet Rick Mahorn had a dozen points and a dozen rebounds.