NBA Results and Standings After Saturday, February 11

NBA results on Saturday night, as the Golden State Warriors beat the Thunder in the Durant v Westbrook battle. Latest NBA standings on Sunday morning (12).

Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant won battle against Russell Westbrook

OKLAHOMA CITY — NBA results and standings after the games that were played on Saturday, February 11. There were wins on the day for the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Without a doubt, the game of the weekend came from Oklahoma City where former teammates Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook faced off at Chesapeake Energy Arena for the first time since Durant left to join the Warriors in the offseason.

Westbrook was outstanding again on the night, collecting 47 points, 11 rebounds and 8 assists, but his performance was not enough to prevent the Thunder (31-24) from losing 130-114 to Golden State.

Durant blocked out being jeered by the home fans through the contest to finish with 34 points and nine rebounds in his return to the City.

The star forward was even involved in a heated on-court verbal discussion with Westbrook and butt-heads with Andre Roberson in an action-packed contest.

In the end, though, Golden State, which scored a season-high 43 points in the second quarter and at one point led by 28 points, was too much for the home side, which collected 20 points from Victor Oladipo and 13 from Steven Adams in the defeat.

Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry each scored 26 points for the Warriors (46-8), who won three straight.

CAVALIERS REBOUNDS AGAINST NUGGETS

Meanwhile, the Cavaliers bounced back from the defeat to Oklahoma City with a 125-109 victory over the Denver Nuggets on Saturday night.

LeBron James and Kyrie Irving each scored 27 points for Cleveland, with James also dishing out 12 assists.

Kevin Love finished with 16 points and nine rebounds and Tristan Thompson added 13 points and 13 boards for the Cavaliers (37-16), who improved to 23-5 at home this season.

NBA Scores on February 11

Boston Celtics 112 at Utah Jazz 104
Houston Rockets 133 vs Phoenix Suns 102
Dallas Mavericks 112 vs Orlando Magic 80
Golden State Warriors 130 Oklahoma City Thunder 114
Cleveland Cavaliers 125 vs Denver Nuggets 109
Philadelphia 76ers 117 vs Miami Heat 109
Milwaukee Bucks 116 at Indiana Pacers 100
Los Angeles Clippers 107 at Charlotte Hornets 102

NBA Standings on February 11

EASTERN CONFERENCE

ATLANTIC DIVISION

W L PCT GB

1. Boston 35 19 .648 –
2. Toronto 32 22 .593 3
3. NY Knicks 22 33 .400 13 1/2
4. Philadelphia 20 34 .370 15
5. Brooklyn 9 45 .167 26

CENTRAL DIVISION

W L PCT GB

1. Cleveland 37 16 .698 –
2. Indiana 29 25 .537 8 1/2
3. Chicago 26 28 .481 11 1/2
4. Detroit 25 29 .463 12 1/2
5. Milwaukee 23 30 .434 14

SOUTHEAST DIVISION

W L PCT GB

1. Washington 32 21 .604 –
2. Atlanta 31 23 .574 1 1/2
3. Charlotte 24 30 .444 8 1/2
4. Miami 24 31 .436 9
5. Orlando 20 36 .357 13 1/2

WESTERN CONFERENCE

NORTHWEST DIVISION

W L PCT GB

1. Utah 34 21 .618 –
2. Oklahoma City 31 24 .564 3
3. Denver 24 30 .444 9 1/2
4. Portland 23 31 .426 10 1/2
5. Minnesota 20 34 .370 13 1/2

PACIFIC DIVISION

W L PCT GB

1. Golden State 46 8 .852 –
2. LA Clippers 33 21 .611 13
3. Sacramento 22 32 .407 24
4. LA Lakers 19 37 .339 28
5. Phoenix 17 38 .309 29 1/2

SOUTHWEST DIVISION

W L PCT GB

1. San Antonio 41 12 .774 –
2. Houston 40 17 .702 3
3. Memphis 33 23 .589 9 1/2
4. Dallas 22 32 .407 19 1/2
5. New Orleans 21 33 .389 20 1/2

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