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What Happened Last Night: Miami Notches 24th Win In 27-Point Comeback, Grizzlies Sneak By Thunder In OT
It’s championship week in college basketball, which means various teams you’ve ignored for the past few months will be playing exciting basketball games and possibly accidentally sneaking into the biggest dance of all dances. Oh and the NBA’s still going on, too.
In Hindsight, Russell Westbrook Probably Shouldn’t Have Tried To Draw A Foul With A Halfcourt Heave With 18 Seconds Left On The Shot Clock
If Russell Westbrook had gotten the foul call he was clearly looking for on this halfcourt heave during his team’s 105-93 loss to the Spurs last night, we’d be celebrating his mad genius right now. Well, actually, maybe not quite – we might still be wondering exactly what possessed him to shoot from 40-odd feet with 2:29 left in the third quarter and 18 seconds left on the shot clock instead of, you know, run an offensive possession in order to get a shot closer than 40-odd feet. But we wouldn’t be able to argue with the results, at least. Instead… [CJ Fogler]
In the first minute of last night’s Oklahoma City Thunder-New York Knicks game, Russell Westbrook stripped Raymond Felton and went the other way for an easy two points. Or at least what should have been an easy two points, and instead turned into an airballed finger roll.
Scandal! That “Thunder Fan” Who Hit The Halfcourt Shot At Last Night’s Game Isn’t Such A Thunder Fan After All
If you watched SportsCenter this morning, perhaps you caught a moment at halftime of the Thunder-Lakers game last night, when a high school teacher in the Oklahoma City suburb of Del City named Heath Kufahl hit a halfcourt shot and won $20,000. Great moment… until you learn the dark secret behind it all.
Didn’t watch sports on television last night? Or, really, you didn’t watch basketball? Tuesdays are a bad TV night, show-wise, so we don’t really get it. But everyone has their reasons, so here’s what went down while you were doing whatever it is that you do.
The Thunder just beat the Clippers 108-104 in a possible preview of the Western Conference finals, withstanding a furious Clipper rally to hold on at the end… but what everyone really wants to talk about is Serge Ibaka hitting Blake Griffin square in a painful area. Watch the play after the jump.
Another Friday night, another quality NBA double-header on ESPN. This Friday night brought us Miami-Memphis and Oklahoma City-Denver and neither matchup would disappoint as both games were decided in the final seconds. Who was the hero? Who was the goat? Which players with headbands hit big shots? You have to read on to find out.
Friday night featured a solid NBA doubleheader on ESPN. While you were out handling your business, the Oklahoma City Thunder hosted the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Portland Trailblazers traveled south to take on the Los Angeles Lakers.