19/4/2012-Harden’s 40 leads OKC in 14 game night

Jordan Crawford had 32 points as the Wizards seriously hurt the Bucks playoff chances with a big win.

The Bulls held the Bobcats to under 30 percent shooting and Rip Hamilton had 22 points as the top of the East beat the worst.

Jrue Holiday had 24 points as the Sixers tore apart the Cavaliers.

Melo had 27 in the first half alone and finished with 32 points as the Knicks too down the New Jersey Nets in their last game in New Jersey.

6 players scored in double figures as the Hawks completely blew out the Detroit Pistons.

Without Bosh or Wade, LeBron James had 28 points to lead the Heat over the Raptors.

Paul Pierce had a career high 14 assists and a double double in the first half as the Celtics beat the Magic. With the win the Cs clinched their division title.

Rudy Gay had 26 points while Mike Conley added 20 as the Memphis Grizzlies beat the New Orleans Hornets.

Dirk Nowitzki’s 35 points helped the Mavericks beat the Rockets in the Battle for Texas.

Ty Lawson had 24 points but it wasn’t enough as Chris Paul led the Clippers to the win.

James Harden’s career high 40 points put the Suns playoff hopes in doubt as the Thunder won.

Despite playing without Tim Duncan, the younger players carried the Spurs to a 25 point win against the Kings.

Devon Harris had 27 as the Jazz won against a hapless Portland Trailblazers.

Andrew Bynum had 31 points and 9 rebounds as he continued to flourish as the focal point of the Lakers offence as the won against the Warriors.


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