NBA Regular 3 February 2014 Results and Highlights

Orlando Magic 79-98 Indiana Pacers > see highlights
Paul George scored 15 and Lance Stephenson had 15 points and 12 rebounds for Indiana Pacers, which improved to 23-2 at home. Vucevic had 16 points and 13 rebounds for his 19th double-double, while Tobias Harris scored 11 for Orlando Magic.

Portland Trail Blazers 90-100 Washington Wizards > see highlights
Washington Wizards had just six turnovers. “We aren’t a team that forces a lot of turnovers to begin with,” Lillard said. “If they’re going to have six turnovers, we can’t turn it over as many times as we did.” Portland had 16 turnovers.

Detroit Pistons 96-102 Miami Heat > see highlights
Dwyane Wade scored 30 points, his second-highest total of the season, and added 10 rebounds, as the Miami Heat overcame 21 turnovers to beat the Detroit Pistons 102-96 before heading out on a lengthy road trip.

Nets win Sixers 108-102

Philadelphia 76ers 102-108 Brooklyn Nets > see highlights
Jay-Z attended his first game of the year with Beyonce. Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and actor Michael J. Fox also attended the game. …. Ruth Lovelace, the boys’ basketball coach at Boys and Girls high school was one of the recipients of the Pioneer Award for Black History month. Boy and Girls has produced NBA legends like Lenny Wilkens and Connie Hawkins.

San Antonio Spurs 102-95 New Orleans Pelicans > see highlights
San Antonio Spurs has won four straight against New Orleans and nine of the past 10 games between the two franchises. Tim Duncan and Tony Parker combined for 37 second-half points in helping the San Antonio Spurs overcome a 14-point deficit to beat New Orleans Pelicans 102-95.

New York Knicks 98-101 Milwaukee Bucks > see highlights
Milwaukee Bucks coach Larry Drew is very comfortable with Pachulia from their days together in Atlanta, and Drew went with Pachulia for the final 2:59 after Sanders fouled out. Pachulia contributed a huge basket and a big assist as the Bucks’ offense clicked down the stretch.

Memphis Grizzlies 77-86 Oklahoma City Thunder > see highlights
OKC Thunder got big games from Kevin Durant, who went above 30 points for the 30th time this season, and Serge Ibaka, who had at least 20 for the fourth time in his last six games, to beat the Memphis Grizzlies 86-77 on Monday at Chesapeake Energy Arena.

Cleveland Cavaliers 107-124 Dallas Mavericks > see highlights
Mavericks controlled the paint from start to finish, outscoring Cleveland 50-38 near the basket and outrebounding the Cavaliers 45-31. … The Mavericks continued their dominant run at the free-throw line, hitting 24 of 26 attempts from the stripe.

LA Clippers 115-116 Denver Nuggets > see highlights

Randy Foye hit a 30-foot 3-pointer as time expired and Denver Nuggets escaped with a 116-115 win over Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night at the Pepsi Center.

Toronto Raptors 94-79 Utah Jazz > see highlights
Toronto Raptors recorded their 14th road victory of the season, which is already more wins than they had away from Toronto all of last season. A big difference between the two teams was that Toronto’s offense flowed and Utah’s did not. The Raptors dished 21 assists, while the Jazz had just 10.

Chicago Bulls 70-99 Sacramento Kings > see highlights
DeMarcus Cousins notched his 29th double-double of the season and the Sacramento Kings (16-32) played tough, hard-nosed defense for 48 minutes en route to a 99-70 win over the Chicago Bulls (23-24) Monday night at Sleep Train Arena.