NBA Standings, Scores and Records – April 11

MIAMI (Sporting Alert) — The Miami Heat (54-25) moved back to the top of the NBA Eastern Conference standings after beating the Indiana Pacers in their battle on Friday night.

MIAMI (Sporting Alert) — The Miami Heat (54-25) moved back to the top of the NBA Eastern Conference standings after beating the Indiana Pacers in their battle on Friday night.

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After losing to the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night, the two-time defending champions returned to pick up a 98-86 win over the Pacers (54-26) on Friday night.

Playing again without the injured Dwyane Wade, who misses his ninth straight game with a hamstring problem, LeBron James led the way with 36 points and six rebounds for the Heat.

Miami, who is 1/2 a game ahead of Indiana in the Eastern Conference Standings, has the fourth best record in the overall NBA Standings – behind three strong Western Conference teams.

Also on Friday night in the East, the Atlanta Hawks (36-43) continue to hold off the New York Knicks for the eighth and final play off spot in that conference, following their 93-88 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on the road at Barclays Center.

New York (34-45) beat the Toronto Raptors (46-33), 108-100.

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Western Conference giants San Antonio Spurs (62-18), the team which led the NBA Standings for a while, finally clinched the NBA’s best record and home court advantage throughout the play off, after Danny Green scored 33 points to lead them Spurs to a 112-104 victory over the Phoenix Suns (47-32).

The Suns, with the defeat, slipped behind the Memphis Grizzlies (47-32), who lead them on head-to-head tie and the Dallas Mavericks (48-32).

Golden State Warriors (49-30) secured a play off place with a 112-95 win over the Los Angeles Lakers (25-54), who set a club low with their 54th defeat on the season.

NBA Scores, Results and Records

San Antonio Spurs 112 (62-18) – Phoenix Suns 104 (47-32)
Oklahoma City Thunder 116 (58-21) – New Orleans Pelicans 94 (32-47)
Miami Heat 98 (54-25) – Indiana Pacers 86 (54-26)
Portland Trail Blazers 111 (52-28) – Utah Jazz 99 (24-55)
Minnesota Timberwolves 112 (40-39) – Houston Rockets 110 (52-27)
Golden State Warriors 112 (49-30) – Los Angeles Lakers 95 (25-54)
Chicago Bulls 106 (47-32) – Detroit Pistons 98 (29-51)
Memphis Grizzlies 117 (47-32) – Philadelphia 76ers 95 (17-62)
New York Knicks 108 (34-45) – Toronto Raptors 100 (46-33)
Atlanta Hawks 93 (36-43) – Brooklyn Nets 88 (43-36)
Boston Celtics 106 (24-55) – Charlotte Bobcats 103 (40-39)
Washington Wizards 96 (41-38) – Orlando Magic 86 (23-56)
Milwaukee Bucks 119 (15-64) – Cleveland Cavaliers 116 (32-48)

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