Every team within reach of the Nets played last night... and did no favors. Here's what happened, now including updates to the Jazz's position.
Washington Wizards 112 @ Indiana Pacers 136
Congratulations to the Pacers for making it back to the Playoffs for the first time in 5 years. Jordan Crawford jacked up a lot of shots, as Wizard players are wont to do. Tyler Hansbrough is looking more like Matt Harpring, every day. Big games from Granger and George.
Cleveland Cavaliers 104 @ Toronto Raptors 96
Someone should explain to the Cavs how this works, cause they're doing the wrong thing. They are 4-6 in their last ten games and have conceded the worst record to the Timberwolves. Who knows what the Raptors are doing?
Sacramento Kings 92 @ San Antonio Spurs 124
Ouch. Tyreke Evans had a monster dunk. The Kings defense managed to hold the Spurs to 60.5% shooting, so you're not going to win many games that way.
via Moni (cropped by me)
No Humphries, no Morrow, and no DWill for the Nets. Hopefully this is a good sign of things to come. This loss keeps things exactly as they were yesterday morning.
New Jersey: 24-54
Info on the Jazz's pick, after the jump.
Right now the Jazz hold the same spot they have had for weeks, #12 and there was no change on that front.
Phoenix 108 @ Minnesota 98
The Lakers are not in the spot you want to be in, heading into the playoffs, losing 3 straight- and 2 in a row to lottery bound teams. Ellis and Curry launched a barrage of shots and Lee was efficient, but the real story is the Lakers looking disinterested at best.
Golden State: 35-44