NBA Standings, Scores and Results After Jan. 9

Carmelo Anthony of NY Knicks
Carmelo Anthony of NY Knicks

NEW YORK (Sporting Alert) — Here are the NBA scores, results and NBA standings, following the latest games, which took place on Thursday.

NBA Standings – 2013-14 Conference

Knicks Beat Miami 

Carmelo Anthony scored 24 points and the New York Knicks upset the Miami Heat 102-92 in an NBA fixture at Madison Square Garden on Thursday night.

Anthony, who also finished with eight rebounds and five assists, was 12 of 24 from the field.

Andrea Bargnani had 19 points and Amar’e Stoudemire added 14 points and 11 rebounds off the bench, while the fit again Raymond Felton finished with 14 assists and 13 points in the victory for New York (13-22) which won its third straight.

LeBron James scored 32 points for the Miami Heat, while Dwyane Wade finished with 23 points in the defeat.

“They played a great game,” James, who played in his 800th career game said. “They made some timely shots.”

NBA Standings – 2013-14 Conference

Denver Run Over Oklahoma City

In the night’s other game, Randy Foye poured in a season-high 24 points and point guard Ty Lawson added 16 points, 14 assists and seven rebounds, as the Denver Nuggets beat the Oklahoma City Thunder, 101-88.

“I think it’s from my preparation, just understanding that every single day, no matter if I make six 3s in a game or seven, that I have to come in the next day and be ready to work,” said Foye.

“You put yourself in situations, if you work and do the right things, so that when you get in a game, nothing is foreign to you.”

Evan Fournier had 19 points off the bench, Kenneth Faried finished with 14 rebounds and J.J. Hickson 12, for Denver (18-17) which picked up their fourth win in a row.

Kevin Durant scored 30 points, Reggie Jackson had 13 and Derek Fisher finished with 12 for Oklahoma City (27-9).

“Tonight, we didn’t get a lot of good looks offensively and we didn’t move the ball well enough,” OKC Thunder coach Scott Brooks said. “We took a lot of tough shots and our timing wasn’t where it needs to be and we missed a lot of 3s.

“Everything that happened tonight is correctable, which is good. It’s not that we had issues. The fact is, everything that we did wrong tonight we can go back and get better.”

NBA Standings – 2013-14 Conference

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