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NBA standings 2012: Wizards still occupying the cellar in the Southeast

The Wizards have won two of their past four games, but unfortunately for them, they're still in last place in the Southeast at 2-14.

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The Washington Wizards finally have some wins, but they're still well in last place in the Southeast Division with a 2-14 record. The Wizards beat the Miami Heat 105-101 on Tuesday night, but lost a bid to have consecutive wins on Friday night when they fell to the Atlanta Hawks 104-95. However, their 11 game losing streak to the start the season is over, and the team has been involved in a lot of close games recently, so there are some positive signs in Washington.

The Heat are in first in the Southeast at 12-5, closely followed by the Hawks at 11-5. The Charlotte Bobcats sit in third place at 7-11, and the Orlando Magic are right behind them at 7-12.

Elsewhere in the NBA, the New York Knicks have the best record in the Eastern Conference at 14-4. The Memphis Grizzlies have the league's best record at 14-3, but the Oklahoma City Thunder are right behind them at 16-4.