NBA Playoffs 2013: Monday night recap in GIFs


The Bulls and Heat faced off on Monday night. The Thunder and Grizzlies faced off on Monday night. Check out all of the best GIFs from the night's NBA action.

The Miami Heat cruised to a 3-1 series lead by beating the Chicago Bulls, 88-65. But Dwyane Wade struggled all night and appeared to hurt his knee a bit on this play.


Despite the injury scare, the Heat just steamrolled the Bulls. There was nothing good about this game for Chicago and it can really be summed up in a couple of hilariously sad Bulls GIFs.



In the end, Miami took control of the series and all of the Bulls were sad.


In the second game of the night, the Thunder jumped out to an early lead thanks to stuff like this from Reggie Jackson.


But the Memphis Grizzlies came storming back and Marc Gasol was just partying, yo.


Kevin Durant make a ridiculously clutch basket at the end of regulation to send it into overtime. He does that sometimes.


But the Grizzlies pulled out the 103-97 win in overtime, thanks to a pretty horrible mistake by Derek Fisher on the inbounds pass. I thought he was supposed to be an experienced veteran or something.


With a commanding 3-1 series lead, Tony Allen struck a pose after a hard-fought Game 4.


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