There were a lot of games last night around the league. If you weren’t able to catch the scores last night, find the results below! Recaps by Sports Illustrated.
Indiana Pacers 101 – Detroit Pistons 94 (Pacers snap 3 game losing streak)
New York Knicks 110 – Brooklyn Nets 81 (Knicks continue to stay hot with blowout win over Nets)
Cleveland Cavaliers 119 – Orlando Magic 98 (Dion Waters goes off for 26 points to lead Cavs)
Charlotte Bobcats 123 – Philadelphia 76ers 93 (Big Al with another double-double for Charlotte)
Toronto Raptors 107 – Houston Rockets 103 (Houston with 2nd three game losing streak of season)
Washington Wizards 118 – Boston Celtics 92 (Wizards clinch playoff berth for first time since 2008)
Chicago Bulls 105 – Atlanta Hawks 92 (Hawks continue to struggle, fall to 9th in East)
Miami Heat 96 – Milwaukee Bucks 77 (Heat give up 20 or fewer points in each quarter)
Minnesota Timberwolves 102 – Memphis Grizzlies 88 (Kevin Love with another triple-double)
San Antonio Spurs 111 – Golden State Warriors 90 (Spurs win 19th straight game)
Denver Nuggets 137 – New Orleans Pelicans 107 (Davis goes down, Faried takes advantage)
Sacramento Kings 107 – Los Angeles Lakers 102 (Rudy Gay drops 31 to lead Kings over rival Lakers)
Los Angeles Clippers 112 – Phoenix Suns 108 (8 Suns in double figures not enough to hold off Clips comeback)
For another recap of how things went down last night, check out this video, courtesy of NBA.com
Tonight, there isn’t nearly as many games as there was last night. However, the games that will be on tonight have serious playoff implications.
San Antonio Spurs @ Oklahoma City Thunder
Tip Off @ 6:00 p.m. MST
TV : TNT
Dallas Mavericks @ Los Angeles Clippers
Tip Off @ 8:30 p.m. MST
TV : TNT
The first game of the night will be a battle between the top two teams in the Western Conference. The Spurs are riding high, coming into tonight’s game on a 19 game winning streak. The Thunder are four games back of San Antonio, trying to make up ground with just a couple weeks left in the regular season.
The Clippers are sitting in the third position in the Western Conference, looking to keep pace with the Spurs and Thunder. The Mavericks are locked in a tight race with the Grizzlies and Suns for the eight and final playoff spot in the West.
Not many games tonight, but should be an exciting night for basketball!