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NBA REPORT


NBA REPORT
STANDINGS

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division W L Pct GB

Boston 47 14 .770 -

Philadelphia 29 30 .492 17

New Jersey 27 33 .450 19 1/2

New York 24 35 .407 22

Toronto 23 39 .371 24 1/2

Southeast Division W L Pct GB

Orlando 44 16 .733 -

Atlanta 34 26 .567 10

Miami 31 28 .525 12 1/2

Charlotte 26 35 .426 18 1/2

Washington 14 46 .233 30

Central Division W L Pct GB

Cleveland 47 12 .797 -

Detroit 30 29 .508 17

Milwaukee 29 34 .460 20

Chicago 27 34 .443 21

Indiana 26 36 .419 22

Western Conference

Southwest Division W L Pct GB

San Antonio 40 19 .678 -

Houston 39 22 .639 2

New Orleans 37 22 .627 3

Dallas 36 24 .600 4 1/2

Memphis 15 43 .254 25

Northwest Division W L Pct GB

Denver 39 22 .639 -

Portland 37 22 .627 1

Utah 37 23 .617 1 1/2

Minnesota 18 42 .300 20 1/2

Oklahoma City 15 45 .250 23 1/2

Pacific Division W L Pct GB

L.A. Lakers 49 12 .803 -

Phoenix 34 26 .567 14 1/2

Golden State 21 39 .350 27 1/2

L.A. Clippers 15 46 .246 34

Sacramento 13 49 .210 36 1/2

MONDAY'S GAMES

Atlanta 98, Washington 89

New Orleans 98, Philadelphia 91

Cleveland 107, Miami 100

Oklahoma City 96, Dallas 87

San Antonio 106, L.A. Clippers 78

TUESDAY'S GAMES

Orlando 111, Phoenix 99

Charlotte 96, Chicago 80

Detroit 100, Denver 95

New Jersey 99, Milwaukee 95

Golden State 118, Minnesota 94

Houston 107, Toronto 97

Indiana 117, Sacramento 109

L.A. Lakers 99, Memphis 89

TODAY'S GAMES

Milwaukee at Cleveland, 6 p.m.

Phoenix at Miami, 6:30 p.m.

Boston at New Jersey, 6:30 p.m.

Atlanta at New York, 6:30 p.m.

Washington at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m.

Golden State at Chicago, 7:30 p.m.

Houston at Utah, 8 p.m.

San Antonio at Dallas, 8 p.m.

Indiana at Portland, 9 p.m.

Memphis at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m.

THURSDAY'S GAMES

Dallas at New Orleans, 7 p.m.

Portland at Denver, 9:30 p.m.

LOUISIANA CONNECTIONS

* Philadelphia 76ers forward Thaddeus Young, a New Orleans native, scored 11 points in the 76ers' 98-91 loss to the New Orleans Hornets .

* Dallas Mavericks forward Glen Davis, a former LSU standout, scored 4 points in the Mavericks' 96-87 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

NBA TODAY

SCOREBOARD

TODAY

San Antonio at Dallas, (8 p.m. CST). The Texas rivalry resumes with the Spurs holding a 4?- games lead over the Mavericks in the Southwest Division.

STARS

MONDAY

* Joe Johnson, Hawks, had 16 points and 13 assists as Atlanta completed a 4-0 season sweep of Washington with a 98-89 victory.

* David West, Hornets, chosen the Western Conference player of the week only hours earlier, had 30 points with 10 rebounds to lead New Orleans to a season-high fifth straight win, 98-91 over Philadelphia.

* LeBron James, Cavaliers, scored 42 points to outduel Dwyane Wade in Cleveland's 107-100 win at Miami.

* Russell Westbrook, Thunder, had the first triple-double of his rookie season with 17 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists, leading Oklahoma City to a 96-87 victory over Dallas.

** Tony Parker, Spurs, had 26 points and 10 assists in San Antonio's 106-78 romp at the Los Angeles Clippers.

STREAKS

Washington fell to 0-13 against the Southeast Division, just three games away from becoming the first NBA team to go winless within its division, with a 98-89 loss to Atlanta. ... The Hawks last swept the Wizards in 1997-98, also going 4-0. ... New Orleans won its fifth in a row, 98-91 at Philadelphia.

STATS

With Caron Butler out (hamstring), the Wizards used their 13th different starting lineup this season in a 98-89 loss to Atlanta. ... Tim Duncan had 18 points in San Antonio's 106-78 win over the Clippers and the 11-time All-Star needs 18 more to overtake Scottie Pippen for 44th place on the career scoring list.

SCORING

When Cleveland's LeBron James scored 42 points and Miami's Dwyane Wade had 41, it was the second time James and Wade have each had 40-plus in the same game: James had 47 and Wade 44 on April 1, 2006, when Cleveland won at home over Miami 106-99.

STRONG IN DEFEAT

Dwayne Wade had 41 points, nine assists, seven rebounds and seven steals, but that wasn't enough in Miami's 107-100 loss to the Cavaliers. ... Andre Iguodala scored a season-high 30 points and Andre Miller had 28 for Philadelphia in a 98-91 loss to New Orleans.

SIDELINED

Mavericks forward Josh Howard aggravated his problematic left ankle and left a 96-87 loss at Oklahoma City. Howard missed 11 games earlier this season with the injury and wound up wearing a walking boot to help his recovery. The Thunder were without leading scorers Kevin Durant and Jeff Green. Durant had already missed the Thunder's last game with a sprained right ankle and was joined on the sidelines by Green, who started having back spasms Monday. ... Caron Butler was scratched from Washington's lineup against Atlanta with tightness in his left hamstring. ... Zach Randolph was not with the Clippers, having flown to Indianapolis to be with his seriously ill father.

SUSPENDED

The Denver Nuggets suspended Carmelo Anthony for one game for an "in-game transgression" Sunday against Indiana. Anthony won't play in the Nuggets' game Tuesday night at Detroit.

SPEAKING

"I just thought that the first three quarters were just a pitiful display for a team that has aspirations to be in the playoffs and try to move up in the standings. We've seen this before, too many times. We (mess) around for two to three quarters and then we want Jason Kidd to bail us out with steals and hustle plays and fast-break opportunities. It's just too much to ask." - Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle after Dallas' 96-87 loss to undermanned Oklahoma City.


Author: Fox Sports
Author's Website: http://www.foxsports.com
Added: March 5, 2009

 

 
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