NBA Playoffs 2013: Tuesday night's action in GIFs

Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

Tuesday night featured two NBA playoff games. Catch up on the best GIFs of the night with this handy recap.

In the first game, the Pacers led the Knicks from wire-to-wire. There weren't too many highlights from this game, but there are some GIFs of the Knicks looking sad and confused.


Mike Woodson isn't mad, he's just disappointed.


The Pacers won Game 4, 93-82, and took a 3-1 series lead. George Hill dropped 26 points, including this dagger three.


And when the Pacers win, you know what that means -- PACERSBOT CELEBRATE.


In the second game of the night, the San Antonio Spurs took care of business at home. They did what they were supposed to do on their home court and grabbed a 3-2 series lead against the Golden State Warriors.

Stephen Curry supplied his usual array of highlights, but didn't have a great game overall.


Curry and friends didn't have nearly enough to stop the onslaught from the San Antonio Spurs. Kawhi Leonard, for example, put Harrison Barnes on a poster with this nasty dunk.


In the end, it was all Spurs in Game 5. San Antonio won 109-91 and Manu Ginobili did some cool stuff.


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