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NBA Playoffs Action – Game 2s: April 23, 2013

NBA Playoffs Action – Game 2s: April 23, 2013

Apr 24, 2013

Milwaukee Bucks at Miami Heat – April 23, 2013

Miami had control of this game from beginning to end. The Miami Heat picked apart the Milwaukee Bucks in the fourth quarter, after only being up by three points going into the fourth. Brandon Jennings was without a field goal in the first half, I am wondering if he is rethinking his boldness of saying “Milwaukee in 6 games” if he is not maybe he should start. In the words of Charles Barkley, Milwaukee stays no chance of beating the Heat. Miami can wrap this up in 4 games if they want to, completely having their way.

Final Score: Miami 98 – 86.

Series: Miami 2 – 0

Boston Celtics at New York Knicks – April 23, 2013

Before the game, my thoughts were that Boston would possibly steal this game especially after their fourth quarter performance in Game 1 but Carmelo Anthony had different plans. Anthony scored 34 points to lead his team and J.R. Smith added 19 points. Paul Pierce had 18 points, while Kevin Garrett found himself battling foul trouble. Kevin Garnett finished the game with a double double (12 points, 11 rebounds) but it didn’t matter because the play of the entire Knicks team in the second half has been dominant thus far.

Nobody is having as much fun as the New York Knicks Super Fan, Spike Lee, as he watch his team on fire!

Final Score: New York 87 – 71.

Series: New York 2 – 0

Golden State at Denver Nuggets – April 23, 2013

The Warriors were outplayed in Game 1 but had a point to prove in Game 2. Lesson learned by the Nuggets, don’t count the Golden State Warriors out! You may have thought the play of Golden State would suffer after losing David Lee but guard Stephen Curry has been a scoring machine. In Game 2, Curry scored 30 points and had 13 assists to lead his squad. The Warriors also received huge play from Jarrett Jack (26 points), Harrison Barnes (Career-high 24 points), and Klay Thompson (21 points). The Warriors shot lights out 64.6 percent to set a franchise playoff record.

Kenneth Faried was back in the lineup for the Denver Nuggets. Before the game, one would have thought that the Nuggets would take a 2-0 lead. Lesson learned!

Final Score: Golden State 131- 117.

Series Tied 1 – 1

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