NBA Playoffs Wednesday night in GIFs

Christian Petersen

Wednesday night offered three NBA playoff games. If you missed anything, catch up on all of the best GIFs right here.

Wednesday night's NBA playoff action started with the New York Knicks trying to close out the Boston Celtics. New York claimed that it was going to be a "funeral" for the Celtics. So therefore, they wore all black to the game. I guess?


It didn't really work out for them. First Carmelo Anthony got hurt a little bit..


And then the Celtics won, 92-86, to make the series 3-2 and send it back to Boston. For whatever reason, Jordan Crawford felt the need to talk trash despite not playing a single minute.


The Indiana Pacers took a 3-2 series lead against the Hawks by dismantling the Hawks, 106-83. This play pretty much sums up that game.


In the late game, the Oklahoma City Thunder once again struggled without Russell Westbrook. The Rockets were able to win 107-100 and send the series back to Houston.

It got a little chippy early when Reggie Jackson tried to get a bit of revenge on Patrick Beverley.


And then the Thunder pulled off what may be the best play of the entire playoffs. Yes, THE DOUBLE FLOP.


But the Rockets were just rolling for much of this game. James Harden was basically incapable of missing three-pointers.


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