NBA Playoffs Sunday night: Recap in GIFs


Sunday was jam-packed with hot NBA playoffs action. Miss anything? Catch up with the best plays from all four games in GIF form here.

In the first Sunday game, the Boston Celtics took a 19-point halftime lead, but the offense wasn't exactly humming along. Avery Bradley, for instance, had a bad game. He shot just 1-7, and did this.


The Knicks stormed back in the third quarter, led by Raymond Felton, who scored 16 points and closed the period like this.


The Celtics kept the Knicks from passing them, and, led by Jason Terry, rallied to win in overtime, 97-90. Doc Rivers' coaching ability was on full display.


In Heat-Bucks Game 4, the Bucks managed to keep it close in the first half, as the Heat appeared to sleepwalk through. Ekpe Udoh even blocked a shot and did a dance.


In the end, it was just too much LeBron James. The Heat won, 88-77, and became the first team to punch their ticket to the second round of the playoffs.


The San Antonio Spurs continued to steamroll the Los Angeles Lakers as they dominated from start to finish in a 103-82 win.


The win capped off a 4-0 sweep for the Spurs and marked the end of a miserable season for the Lakers. I think Mike D'Antoni and Dwight Howard were both ready to go home. Howard got an early start as he was ejected early in this blowout.



The Warriors took a 3-1 lead in their series against the Denver Nuggets. And they have Andrew Bogut to thank for that.


Oh and Stephen Curry too.


But really, the stars of the night were the crazy trick dogs that performed at halftime.


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