NBA Scores, Schedules, & More 04-07-14

Another night down in the NBA, and another night closer to the end of the regular season. There wasn’t a lot of games around the league Sunday night, and there wasn’t a lot of exciting games among the few that were played. The scores and recaps can be found below for each and every game from last night. Recaps courtesy of Sports Illustrated.

Miami Heat 102 – New York Knicks 91 (Lebron scores 38 to hold off Knicks)

Los Angeles Clippers 120 – Los Angeles Lakers 97 (Clippers roll all over the Lakers once again this season)

Dallas Mavericks 93 – Sacramento Kings 91 (Dirk and the Mavs hold off Kings)

Atlanta Hawks 107 – Indiana Pacers 88 (Pacers held to 23 first half points; get blown out by Hawks)

Houston Rockets 130 – Denver Nuggets 125 (Rockets hold off Nuggets in overtime)

San Antonio Spurs 112 – Memphis Grizzlies 92 (Parker leaves injured, Leonard leads Spurs to win)

Golden State Warriors 130 – Utah Jazz 102 (Curry, Thompson score 30+ apiece to roll over Jazz)

Portland Trail Blazers 100 – New Orleans Pelicans 94 (Aldridge posts 25 points and 18 boards as Blazers win)

Phoenix Suns 122 – Oklahoma City Thunder 115 (Suns keep pace in West playoff race with win over Thunder)

If you don’t want to read the recaps, you can always check out the highlights below, courtesy of!

The NBA was nice enough to give everyone the night off tonight so that we could all watch the NCAA National Championship game! Kentucky will take on UConn for all the marbles starting at 7:10 p.m. MST on CBS. Jazz fans be sure to tune in as potential draft picks will be taking the floor. One in particular is Kentucky freshman Julius Randle, who is projected to be a top five pick.

We will back back Tuesday morning with a schedule of all the games going on Tuesday night, including the Jazz taking on the Mavericks! Go Jazz!!!


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