NBA Regular 31 January 2014 Results and Highlights

Milwaukee Bucks 102-113 Orlando Magic > see highlights
On the day he was officially left off the All-Star team, Arron Afflalo led six Magic players in double figures with 21 points, and the Magic (13-35) scored 67 points in the first half before winning, 113-102. All 11 Magic players had at least 1 assist.

Memphis Grizzlies 94-90 Minnesota Timberwolves > see highlights
“Big Fella getting back to his old self.” — Memphis forward Zach Randolph, who averaged 22.3 points and 9.7 rebounds during the Grizzlies’ three-game road trip.

Atlanta Hawks 125-99 Philadelphia 76ers > see highlights
Atlanta Hawks played a stellar inside-out game. They went down low when it was there and also got excellent looks around the perimeter. Korver’s streak of making at least one 3-pointer has reached 114 straight games, the longest in NBA history.

Oklahoma City Thunder 120-95 Brooklyn Nets > see highlights
OKC Thunder (38-10) won their tenth straight game, 120-95, by picking the Nets apart thoroughly on both ends of the floor. Durant (26 points, 10-for-12 shooting, seven assists in 30 minutes of action) had a less glossy shooting performance than Serge Ibaka (25 points, nine rebounds), who sank all 12 of his field goals. Overall, Oklahoma City shot 63.6 percent.

Sacramento Kings 103-107 Dallas Mavericks > see highlights
Sloppy play proved to be Sacramento’s downfall, as the Kings turned the ball over 15 times, compared to just four for Dallas. The Mavericks turned those 15 miscues into 18 points and allowed just four points off their four turnovers.

Toronto Raptors 100-90 Denver Nuggets > see highlights
Toronto Raptors won in Denver for the first time since the 2002-03 season and recorded their first 11-win January in 12 years.

Bobcats win Lakers 110-100 on 31 January 2014

Charlotte Bobcats 110-100 LA Lakers > see highlights
Al Jefferson has scored at least 20 points in 11 straight games, breaking the franchise record set by Jason Richardson during the 2007-08 season. He’s also the first Bobcats player with three straight 30-point games. Jefferson finished 18-for-32 from the field, helping the Bobcats shoot 52.3 percent as a team. Charlotte was at its hottest in the first half, shooting 58.1 percent while scoring 31 points in each of the first two quarters to take a 62-49 lead into the break.

Golden State Warriors 95-90 Utah Jazz > see highlights
Stephen Curry put on a shooting clinic a season-high 44 points on 14-for-26 shooting (including 8-for-13 from 3-point range) as the Golden State Warriors rallied past the Utah Jazz 95-90 Friday night at EnergySolutions Arena.