NBA scores, team records and NBA standings – Dec. 21

(Sporting Alert) — The following are the NBA scores, team records and NBA standings from the games that played on Saturday, December 21.

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On the highlighted lists of results from Saturday was Oklahoma City Thunder (22-4) victory over fellow Western Conference rivals, the San Antonio Spurs (21-6) in Texas.

The Thunder picked up an impressive 113-100 victory on the night, with Russell Westbrook pouring in 31 points and adding eight rebounds in the victory.

In another NBA score, the New York Knicks (8-18) struggles to find a consistent winning formula continued as they were beat 95-87 by the Memphis Grizzlies (11-15) at Madison Square Garden.

Zach Randolph finished with 25 points and 15 rebounds for the Grizzlies, while Carmelo Anthony led New York with 30 points.

Elsewhere, the Phoenix Suns (16-10) outscored the Dallas Mavericks (15-12), 123-108, the Portland Trail Blazers (23-5) defeated the New Orleans Pelicans (11-14) 110-107 and the Los Angeles Clippers (19-9) scored a 112-91 victory over the Denver Nuggets (14-12).

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NBA Scores, Results and Records

Portland Trail Blazers 110 (23-5) – New Orleans Pelicans 107 (11-14)
Memphis Grizzlies 95 (11-15) – New York Knicks 87 (8-18)
Washington Wizards 106 (12-13) – Boston Celtics 99 (12-16)
Sacramento Kings 105 (8-18) – Orlando Magic 100 (8-19)
Utah Jazz 88 (8-22) – Charlotte Bobcats 85 (13-15)
Houston Rockets 114 (18-10) – Detroit Pistons 97 (13-16)
Chicago Bulls 100 (10-16) – Cleveland Cavaliers 84 (10-16)
Oklahoma City Thunder 113 (22-4) – San Antonio Spurs 100 (21-6)
Milwaukee Bucks 116 (6-21) – Philadelphia 76ers 106 (8-20)
Phoenix Suns 123 (16-10) – Dallas Mavericks 108 (15-12)
Los Angeles Clippers 112 (19-9) – Denver Nuggets 91 (14-12)
Golden State Warriors 102 (15-13) – Los Angeles Lakers 83 (13-14)

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