Latest NBA Standings, Scores and Records on Feb. 3

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John Wall of the Washington Wizards: Photo by Ned Dishman

MIAMI (Sporting Alert) — The following are the NBA standings, scores, results and records, after the games that took place in the league on Monday night.

NBA Standings and 2013-14 Conference

The busy night of action saw the Oklahoma City Thunder, Indiana Pacers, San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat all picked up victories.

However, Portland Trail Blazers were stunned by an improving Washington Wizards at Verizon Center.

John Wall scored 22 points, Trevor Ariza finished with 20, Kevin Seraphin added 19, while Nene Hilario and Bradley Beal scored 13 points each and the Wizards (24-23) beat the Trail Blazers (34-14), 100-90.

Damian Lillard led Portland with 25 points and LaMarcus Aldridge had 20 points and 10 rebounds in the defeat for the Trail Blazers, which dropped its third game in the last four starts.

In other NBA scores, Indiana Pacers (37-10) beat the Orlando Magic (13-36) by a score of 98-79, the Oklahoma City Thunder (39-11) scored a 86-77 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies (26-21), defending champions Miami Heat (34-13) had a 102-96 win over Detroit Pistons (19-28), while San Antonio Spurs (35-13) finished with a 102-95 victory against the New Orleans Pelicans (20-27).

Oklahoma City, leaders of the Western Conference standings, continues to lead the overall NBA standings with a record of 39-11, while the Indiana Pacers, the best in the Easter Conference, sit second overall.

NBA Standings, Scores and Records

Indiana Pacers 98 (37-10), Orlando Magic 79 (13-36)
Washington Wizards 100 (24-23), Portland Trail Blazers 90 (34-14)
Miami Heat 102 (34-13), Detroit Pistons 96 (19-28)
Brooklyn Nets 108 (21-25), Philadelphia 76ers 102 (15-34)
San Antonio Spurs 102 (35-13), New Orleans Pelicans 95 (20-27)
Oklahoma City Thunder 86 (39-11), Memphis Grizzlies 77 (26-21)
Milwaukee Bucks 101 (9-39), New York Knicks 98 (19-29)
Dallas Mavericks 124 (28-21), Cleveland Cavaliers 107 (16-32)
Toronto Raptors 94 (26-22), Utah Jazz 79 (16-32)
Denver Nuggets 116 (23-23), Los Angeles Clippers 115 (34-17)
Sacramento Kings 99 (16-32), Chicago Bulls 70 (23-24)

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