Here's what we learned on Sunday, May 4, in the NBA playoffs with Game 7's between the Raptors and Nets, and Mavericks and Spurs.
Dwane Casey was on the way to the biggest game he's ever coached. And had to turn around.
Kevin Durant did his thing to the tune of 33 while Russell Westbrook put up another Game 7 triple-double as the Thunder move on.
There were doubts about the Blazers all season long. And with one shot, they answered every single one of them, and then some. Now, who's next?
Damian Lillard beats the Rockets -- for good this time -- at the buzzer with 0.9 left.
DeJuan Blair was cast out of San Antonio, but is back to making an impacting, by pushing his former team to the brink of elimination.
According to a magazine, Donald Sterling has broken his silence about his racial remarks, saying that he wishes he would've paid V. Stiviano off.
The NBA has announced Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph is suspended for Game 7 for punching Steven Adams during Game 6.
Jason Kidd has been fined $25,000 for criticizing officiating following Game 5.
The Clippers are headed to a Game 7 and while they have the home court advantage, they also need their best player advantage to show up.
The NBA postseason has seen a rash of break-ins, as Thunder rookie Andre Roberson is the latest to find his home burglarized.
The Lakers reportedly will ask the Bulls for permission to speak with Tom Thibodeau.
The Lakers have an open coaching position. And they're already taking a look around the league at a few candidates.
The Thunder seemed to lose their way and identity in crunchtime as the Grizzlies take a commanding 3-2 series lead back to Memphis.
Donald Sterling reportedly says the Clippers aren't for sale, despite receiving a lifetime ban from the league.