Post Up: Playoff-Bound Mavs

Hawks 94 (48-33), Cavs 109 (57-24)

Cleveland snapped a two-game losing streak to secure the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference behind Kyrie Irving’s 35 points and LeBron James’ 34 points (13-16 shooting).

Bucks 98 (33-48), Magic 107 (35-46)

Starting for an injured Victor Oladipo, rookie Mario Hezonja recorded 19 points, 7 assists and 5 steals to help Orlando finish the season 5-1 at home.

Hornets 114 (47-34), Celtics 100 (47-34)

Jeremy Lin led Charlotte on a 31-3 run over the final eight minutes of the second quarter and finished with a game-high 25 points.

Wizards 120 (40-41), Nets 111 (21-60)

Washington rolled without John Wall and Bradley Beal. Wizards rookie Kelly Oubre had a nice moment to end the first half with this three-ball:

Rockets 129 (40-41), T-Wolves 116 (28-53)

The Rockets rolled past the Wolves to keep their playoff hopes alive. James Harden finished with 34 points and was able to sit the entire fourth quarter. The Rockets now control their playoff chances in their final game of the regular season on Wednesday vs Sacramento.

Bulls 121 (41-40), Pelicans 116 (30-51)

Jimmy Butler scored 12 of his 23 points in the last six minutes to help Chicago pull off the win. Tim Frazier led the Pels with 20 points and 11 assists.

Lakers 79 (16-65), Thunder 112 (55-26)

OKC trounced the Lakers in final road game of Kobe’s career. Kevin Durant scored 34 points in 27 minutes and Russell Westbrook is the first player to get a triple-double in the first half since 1997. Kobe Bryant scored all 13 of his points in the first quarter.

Mavs 101 (42-39), Jazz 92 (40-41)

Dirk Nowitzki recorded a double-double with 22 points and 11 rebounds in Dallas’ 101-92 win over Utah to clinch a playoff spot. Rudy Gobert left the game in the second quarter with a right ankle injury.

Kings 105 (33-48), Suns 101 (22-59)

It was the Seth Curry show as he led the Kings with 20 points, 15 assists and some silky smooth plays.