Entering the semi-finals of the playoffs, the NBA league tournament has become the stage for the clashing behemoths that are still in it to win it. Turnovers, transitions and rebounds are not simply jargons used in the game, you can practically use them to describe the unpredictable outcome of every game. With the Heat, Bulls, Knicks and Pacers from the East, and the Thunders, Grizzlies, Warriors and Spurs from the West still eager to claim the championship title, everyone is closely tuned it as the battle unfolds.
In the NBA playoffs, there is always the excitement of watching as different storylines fan out and intersect each other. Each state actively support and cheer their respective teams, hoping that they can take home the honor of becoming the season’s champion. There will inevitably be teams that will fall out early on while others will definitely rise to the occasion and duke it out with each other. In the 2013 NBA playoffs the second round has kicked in, seeing the face-offs between Miami to Chicago, New York to Indiana, Oklahoma to Memphis and San Antonio to Golden State. Here is currently how each team stands.
For the Western Conference of the NBA playoffs, the Grizzlies recently proved to be too wild for the Thunders during game four with a 103-97 overtime victory. Now, they have a 3-1 lead, giving them just one more game to win and advance to the Western Conference Finals. With the Thunders managing an early lead during the said game, the Grizzlies were able to turn the tables and ultimately dominate up to the final minutes of overtime. Meanwhile, the Warriors and Spurs prove to be a tight match for each other as they end up 2-2. The Spurs started out strong with an early lead. However, the Warriors came back with a vengeance on the second quarter and tied the game at the final quarter. Ultimately, the overtime went in favor of the Warriors, 97-87.
On the other hand, the Eastern conference of the NBA playoffs, the Pacers takes a 2-1 advantage over the Knicks after their third game. Despite a low-scoring first half, Hibbert and West took control of the game from the second quarter. In the end, the Pacers pulled it together to end up with an 82-71 win. On the other hand, the Heat engulfs the Bulls with their intensity every chance they get after the first game loss that they were probably not expecting. For the third time now, the Heat reaffirms that they are not to be taken lightly by the Bulls with the former getting an 88-65 win, subsequently a 3-1 lead, during their latest match. With the leading scorers Lebron James(43), Chris Bosh(35) and Dwayne Wade(28), they proved how they became the defending champions and one of the most formidable teams of the season.
With intense twists and turns, the NBA playoffs continues to manifest why it is one of the most anticipated events of every year. If you want to catch it, you can always get your NBA playoffs tickets from Ticket Broker right now.
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