All the .gifs, Vines, videos, pictures, and tweets you need from last night in the NBA Playoffs.
All the .gifs, Vines, videos, pictures, and tweets you need to catch up with what went down last night in the NBA Playoffs.
This guy is 22 years old. Just ridiculous.
Kawhi grabs the tip after the jump ball, takes it the length of the floor, goes behind the back & cans it. https://t.co/Zw9xirfoVS
— J.R. Wilco
Damian Lillard's buzzer beater against the Rockets had teammates comparing him to Brandon Roy, terrifying an entire fanbase in the process.
All the .gifs, Vines, videos, pictures and tweets you need to catch up with last night in the NBA Playoffs.
Perhaps more than anything, individual matchups are magnified in the playoffs. As rotations shorten, intensity heightens, and coaching looms more influential than ever, the exploitation of a certain player’s strengths and weaknesses can easily swing a game, and by proxy a series. Which teams win or lose a single mismatch can be the tipping point between advancing into June and being eliminated in April.
San Antonio took away the Blazers shooters in Game 1. Can Portland rebound in Game 2 and get Wesley Matthews and Nicolas Batum back on track?
Most Important Player: San Antonio
Jack Maloney (@jmaloney9): Tony Parker
Tony Parker—as always—will be responsible for running San Antonio’s outstanding offense, but this round he’ll
PIPING HOT TAKES
In the words of the great J.E. Skeets, gooooooood morning, sweeeeeeet world!
There was A TON that happened this weekend in the NBA Playoffs, so let's get into it.
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