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NBA Playoffs 2013 schedule: Warriors survive, Lakers, Celtics fall

The Warriors won a thriller in Oakland to take a 2-1 series lead over the Nuggets, while the Celtics and Lakers were pushed to the brink of elimination after blowout losses.

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Nuggets-Warriors belongs in the Welp Hall of Fame

The best series of the first round is full of derp. But that's okay, because derp needs love, too.

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Knicks using whole roster to dominate Celtics

Carmelo has been great throughout the series, but it's the role players on New York's roster that continue to make the Knicks a very dangerous team.

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Beaten down and beat up

Beaten down and beat up, Boston is rudderless in a series that's all but over. Paul Flannery reports from Game 3.

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Spurs, Knicks go up 3-0; Curry sparks Warriors

The complexions of three NBA playoff series changed Friday night.

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Nightly GIF recap: Knicks & Spurs roll, W's escape

Because even when the games are awful, the GIFs are good.

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Warriors rally, take control of series

The Nuggets imploded in the second half, and Stephen Curry and the Warriors took advantage en route to a 2-1 lead in the series.

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Stephen Curry's wild circus shot

Which is to say, very much.

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Spurs hand Lakers worst home playoff loss

The Spurs spread the wealth and left the Lakers looking poor in Game 3.

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Anthony Randolph's super dumb goaltend

Wow, this was terrible.

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Tiago Splitter leaves Game 3 with ankle injury

With the Spurs rolling against the Lakers, their starting center went down with an apparent ankle injury.

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Tony Parker trolls the Lakers on a free throw

"I'm going to shoot it ... no, I'm not. OK, now I am."

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Nuggets up by 12 at the half

Ty Lawson and the Nuggets have their largest lead of the series at halftime of Game 3.

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JaVale McGee seems to launch floater on accident

It's always an adventure when McGee has the ball.

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McGee suffers shoulder injury

Javale McGee hurt his shoulder after taking a foul from Draymond Green late in the first quarter on Friday night.

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JR Smith in fantastic form posing in this photo

Smith goes online to share an awesome picture of his teammates celebrating.

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Phil Jackson compares Duncan dunk to earthquake

Tim Duncan dunkin' + earthquake = great Phil Jackson tweet. Simple math.

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Knicks blow out Celtics, take 3-0 series lead

New York continued to really dig in on the defensive end, forcing 17 turnovers and holding the Celtics to just 40 percent shooting from the floor.

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Knicks lead Celtics at halftime, 47-31

Boston's offensive struggles continued in the first half. Now, the Knicks have a chance to deliver a knockout blow on the road.

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Nash to sit vs. Spurs

The Los Angeles Lakers' point guard will not play in a pivotal Game 3 against the Spurs after aggravating his nagging injuries in Game 2.

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Raymond Felton's weird, succesful pass to JR Smith

Well, this was ... different.

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Nuggets and Warriors look to break tied series

The Nuggets look to bounce back after a poor defensive outing in Game 2 against the Warriors. Can Curry deliver another masterful game for Golden State, or will Denver adjust and take advantage of the Warriors' own defensive issues?

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Knicks vs. Celtics, Game 3: Boston needs a win

The Boston Celtics have slipped into an 0-2 hole in their opening round series against the New York Knicks. If they hope to make a move, they probably need to act now.

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Spurs face desperate Lakers in Los Angeles

The Spurs head to Los Angeles with an opportunity to pick up their third straight win in their opening playoff series. Will the Spurs move one step closer to sweeping the Lakers, or will the Lakers pull out a desperation win at home?

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Knicks, Spurs go for 3-0 series leads on Friday

The Knicks and Spurs look to go up 3-0 on the Celtics and Lakers, respectively. Meanwhile, the Warriors and Nuggets vie for a series lead.

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How the Nuggets can defend Curry better

The Warriors dropped 131 points on the Nuggets in Game 2 while Stephen Curry toyed with Denver's sloppy defense. The Nuggets need to play smarter defense on Curry in Game 3 to avoid a loss on the road.

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Nash could play for banged-up Lakers

Steve Nash might be able to play for the Lakers, which is great news for a team that was on the verge of starting some guys you've only heard of if you're a complete basketball nerd.

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Curry a game-time decision Friday night

Curry will need to overcome an ankle injury if he wants to lead the Warriors to victory on Friday.

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