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The NBA playoffs are in full swing, and so far they haven’t exactly gone as most would have expected. There have been plenty of upsets, some miracle comebacks and tremendous individual performances in the clutch. As we march on into the postseason, things will only get crazier.
On Monday night, the biggest shocker of the playoffs went down as the No. 8 Los Angeles Clippers overcame a 31-point hole to stun the top-ranked Golden State Warriors 135-131. L.A. will take the tied series back to the Staples Center on Thursday for Game 3.
The Sixers bounced back at home against the Nets and evened the series up at 1-1 as they head to Brooklyn for Games 3 and 4.
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Tuesday night got underway in Toronto, and the Raptors quickly got things back to normal in their series. There was no upset in Game 2, as they beat the Magic by 29 thanks to 37 points from Kawhi Leonard and 22 points from Kyle Lowry. In addition, the Nuggets also got back on track. They needed to work much harder than the Raptors did though, as they came back from a 19-point deficit to take Game 2 from the Spurs. To cap off the night, the Trail Blazers held home-court and took a 2-0 series lead in a relatively easy win over the Thunder.
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Los Angeles: The Golden State Warriors began their quest for a three-peat by clobbering the Los Angeles Clippers, while the Brooklyn Nets and Orlando Magic delivered a pair of upset victories as the NBA playoffs began Saturday.
NBA Playoffs 2019: Stephen Curry drains eight three-pointers as Warriors clobber Clippers; Nets, Magic deliver pair of upsets
Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson (11) and guard Stephen Curry (30) celebrate during the fourth quarter in game one of the first round of the 2019 NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. Reuters
Stephen Curry drained eight three-pointers to give him the most in league playoff history as the two-time defending champion Warriors dominated the Clippers 121-104.
“We imposed our will for 48 minutes,” said Curry. “We have been working for the last month on our collective mindset, raising our intensity and focus.