Thearon W. Henderson

NBA playoffs: Grizzlies, Clippers survive late rallies, Hawks stun Pacers again

In Oakland, the Warriors nearly overcame an 11-point fourth quarter deficit, but fell short when Steph Curry's 25-footer failed to go through, losing to Los Angeles 98-96. In Memphis, the Thunder went on a 17-0 run to force overtime, but ran out of gas late, allowing the Grizzlies to win, 98-95, to take a 2-1 series lead. Elsewhere, the Pacers are in serious trouble, down 2-1 after Atlanta took Game 3, 98-85.

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George, Pacers try to make sense of another loss

Title aspirations have been replaced by a search for identity in Indiana after they fell in Game 3 to the eighth-seeded Atlanta Hawks to trail 2-1 in the series.



SB Nation 2014 NBA Playoff Bracket

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Curry says he was fouled on final play

Unsurprisingly, the Warriors and Clippers have different opinions on the end of Game 3.

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What happened Thursday in the NBA Playoffs

Tony Allen nearly won and lost Game 3 for the Grizzlies, but without his brand of ball, Memphis isn't Memphis. Elsewhere, the Clippers held on in Oakland and the Pacers are really, really, really in trouble now.

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Good morning, the playoffs are totally bonkers

There is no quarter from the insanity. Isn't it grand?

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Clippers survive Warriors to go up, 2-1

A close game down the stretch had Los Angeles sweating in the final minute, but Blake Griffin's 32 points and a missed three-pointer by Steph Curry with four seconds remaining were enough to give the Clippers a series lead.

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Grizzlies grab OT win over Thunder, lead 2-1

Memphis' tough defense clamped down on the No. 2 seed in the West on Thursday night.

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Hawks take series lead over Pacers at home

Indiana came out flat against the Hawks, who found a way to score from beyond the arc in the second half.

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Kendrick Perkins decides to sit on Mike Miller

Look, sometimes in order to win a basketball game you have to crack a few eggs. Bust a few heads. Sit on Mike Miller.

In the second quarter of Thursday night's game between the Thunder and Grizzlies, Perkins and Miller both dove for a loose ball. Perkins barreled into Miller, resulting in the Grizzlies three-point specialist falling to the ground and the Thunder forward landing daintily on top of him.

So relaxing.

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NBA schedule: OKC goes to Grindhouse

Three higher seeds will hit the road, including Kevin Durant and the Thunder.

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Grizzlies-Thunder Game 3 TV schedule and more

Can the Thunder reclaim home-court advantage?

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Pacers-Hawks Game 3 TV schedule and more

The Hawks will look to gain control of the series at home in Atlanta.

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