NBA Standings and Conference Record, Scores on Feb. 5

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Washington Wizards v San Antonio Spurs: Photo by Ned Dishman

NBA Standings and 2013-14 Conference

NEW YORK (Sporting Alert) — The Miami Heat, San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder all secured wins in the NBA on Wednesday night. The following are NBA standings, scores and records on Feb. 5.

LeBron James had 31 points and 12 assists and Miami (35-13) scored a 116-112 win in the Los Angeles Clippers (34-18), who got 41 points and 13 rebounds from Blake Griffin.

Also on the night, Kevin Durant scored 26 points and Oklahoma City (40-11) beat the Minnesota Timberwolves (24-25) – playing without the injured Kevin Love – 106-97.

The San Antonio Spurs (36-13) needed double overtime to pull out a 125-118 victory over the Washington Wizards (24-24), with Tim Duncan scoring a season-high 31 points, along with 11 rebounds in the road win at Verizon Center.

Elsewhere, the Portland Trail Blazers (35-14) picked up a 94-90 win over the New York Knicks (19-30), the Houston Rockets (33-17) held off the Phoenix Suns (29-20) by a score of 122-108, while the Los Angeles Lakers (17-32) ended a seven game skid with a 119-108 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers (16-33).

The NBA standings see the Oklahoma City leading the way on overall record, with the Indiana Pacers (38-10) and San Antonio, following behind.

NBA Standings and 2013-14 Conference

NBA scores and Records on Feb. 5

Oklahoma City Thunder 106 (40-11), Minnesota Timberwolves 97 (24-25)
San Antonio Spurs 125 (36-13), Washington Wizards 118 (24-24) 2OT
Miami Heat 116 (35-13), Los Angeles Clippers 112 (34-18)
Portland Trail Blazers 94 (35-14), New York Knicks 90 (19-30)
Houston Rockets 122 (33-17), Phoenix Suns 108 (29-20)
Dallas Mavericks 110 (29-21), Memphis Grizzlies 96 (26-22)
Denver Nuggets 110 (24-23), Milwaukee Bucks 100 (9-40)
New Orleans Pelicans 105 (21-27), Atlanta Hawks 100 (25-23)
Los Angeles Lakers 119 (17-32), Cleveland Cavaliers 108 (16-33)
Boston Celtics 114 (17-33), Philadelphia 76ers 108 (15-35)
Sacramento Kings 109 (17-32), Toronto Raptos 101 (26-23)
Orlando Magic 112 (14-37), Detroit Pistons 98 (19-29)