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NBA Week 9 Feb 15 results: Scores, standings, match summary and highlights

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The first matchday of Week 9 of the 2020-21 NBA season has concluded and its time to take a look back at the scores and highlights of the matches and standings of the teams.

Wizards 131 – 119 Rockets

Coming off from a striking win, Washington Wizards had one more surprise waiting for Houston Rockets as they thrashed the visitors at Capital One Arena.

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Russell Westbrook stole the show with a triple-double, while Bradley Beal topped the scoreboard with 37 points.

Pacers 112 – 120 Bulls

A neck to neck battle progressed into OT, where Chicago Bulls finished with an 8 point lead over Indiana Pacers at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

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Zach LaVine scored 30 points, while Thaddeus Young clocked 11 rebounds for 13 points.

Knicks 123 – 112 Hawks

Following a dramatic back and forth in first half, New York Knicks had the last laugh against Atlanta Hawks at the Madison Square Garden.

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Julius Randle finished with a season-high score of 44 including a career-high seven three-pointers. RJ Barrett scored 21.

Jazz 134 – 123 76ers

The showdown between two conference leaders went in favor of Utah Jazz as they outflanked a Joel Embiid-less Philadelphia 76ers at the Vivint Smart Home Arena.

Jordan Clarkson led the hosts with a score of 40, while Donovan Mitchell posted 24 points.

Clippers 125 – 118 Heat

Despite missing Kawhi Leonard, Patrick Beverley and Paul George in their ranks, Los Angeles Clippers still boasted enough firepower to cool Miami Heat at the Staples Center.

Marcus Morris Sr. scored 32, while Ivica Zubac came off the bench to contribute 22 points, negating Jimmy Butler’s triple-double.

Kings 125 – 136 Nets

Brooklyn Nets broke into a scoring spree from the second quarter, pacing ahead of the reach of Sacramento Kings to clinch a victory at the Golden 1 Center.

James Harden starred with his fifth triple-double for the Nets, finishing with 29 points, 13 rebounds, and 14 assists, while Kyrie Irving led the scoring with 40 points.

Warriors 129 – 98 Cavaliers

After a level pegging Q1, Golden State Warriors rallied into the lead as they trounced Cleveland Cavaliers at the Chase Center.

Steph Curry posted 36 points, while Draymond Green clocked a career-high 16 assists along with 8 points and 6 rebounds.

NBA Week 9 Standings:

Eastern Conference

  1. Philadelphia 76ers
  2. Milwaukee Bucks
  3. Brooklyn Nets
  4. Boston Celtics
  5. Indiana Pacers
  6. New York Knicks
  7. Charlotte Hornets
  8. Toronto Raptors
  9. Chicago Bulls
  10. Miami Heat
  11. Atlanta Hawks
  12. Orlando Magic
  13. Cleveland Cavaliers
  14. Washington Wizards
  15. Detroit Pistons

Western Conference

  1. Utah Jazz
  2. Los Angeles Lakers
  3. Los Angeles Clippers
  4. Phoenix Suns
  5. Portland Trail Blazers
  6. San Antonio Spurs
  7. Denver Nuggets
  8. Golden State Warriors
  9. Memphis Grizzlies
  10. Dallas Mavericks
  11. Sacramento Kings
  12. New Orleans Pelicans
  13. Oklahoma City Thunder
  14. Houston Rockets
  15. Minnesota Timberwolves
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Saikat Banerjee
Saikat Banerjee
A wordsmith who indulges in the world of combat sports, Saikat is an MMA, boxing, and arm wrestling content writer at The MMA India Show and The Sports Room. Apart from combat sports, he also engages in Indian sports content at The Sports India Show. Currently pursuing an MBA from Jadavpur University, Saikat's other interests lie in motorcycling, working out, and travelling.
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