Stephen Curry's tying/winning attempts at the end of Game 3 probably wasn't the best look.
Tony Allen, a career role player, has emerged as a difference-maker for the Grizzlies franchise in general and especially in this series with Oklahoma City. He does some silly things, sure. But the good again outweighed the bad in Thursday's win over the Thunder.
Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant are the Thunder's backbone. But they have to start trusting their teammates again.
It would be easy to bury the Pacers, who are down 2-1 in their best-of-seven first-round series against the Atlanta Hawks. But anything is possible in the unpredictable 2014 NBA playoffs, including an Indiana turnaround.
Looking back on Pacers-Hawks, Thunder-Grizzlies, and Warriors-Clippers.
Kevin Durant did it in Game 2. And now it was Russell Westbrook's turn to hit an absurd four-point play.
Atlanta Hawks' point guard delivers big blow with a running 3-pointer against the Indiana Pacers, but he stepped out of bounds. Still counted though.
Here's one way to set a good screen -- just sit on the guy.
When asked about the "Grindhouse" in Memphis, Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook makes sure to call it the Fedex Forum.
There are three different types of players you encounter in the playoffs: key reserves, leaders, and stars. Here are examples on display Thursday night.

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