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Published : 15.10.2013 | Author : admin | Categories : NFL Playoff Predictions
Miami swept Charlotte, Thunder and Blazers triumphed in overtime, and five series were tied - Game 4 of the NBA Playoffs first round brought a substantial dosage of thrilling basketball. This article contains all the action, information and everything else from each game featured in the 2014 NBA Playoffs Game 4, Round 1 contested between 26 and 28 April. Alleged racial comments from Clippers' owner Donald Sterling dominated the headlines around the league, with protests taking place in games and many players vocal. George Hill would score the game-defining points, getting a quick bucket down the drive with less than a minute remaining. After George's rebound was dished to Hill to get the final points, Hawks squandered three possessions to put the game in their favor, and spectators saw a buzzer-beating attempt, where this time the buzzer won, as Antic missed a three-pointer that would have sent the game to overtime. Hibbert's woes somewhat continued the game as he scored 6 points and had 3 rebounds in 25 minutes of game time. After Thunder were looking to run away after putting together a 14-point lead, the fourth quarter would see things change.
The FedEx Arena attendants were on the edge of their seats as the game went to overtime, for third time between the two Western Conference sides.

Loud prints and Russell Westbrook go together like peanut butter and jelly… The OKC Thunder star brought out the bold prints for game 4 of the Western Conference Finals. Thunder guard Russell Westbrook,left, was head and shoulder above Patty Mills and the San Antonio Spurs.
Dynamic guard Westbrook contributed a game-high 40 points and 10 assists while league MVP Durant weighed in with 31 points on 11-of-22 shooting as the second-seeded Thunder evened up the best-of-seven series at 2-2. The top-seeded Spurs, aiming for a return to the NBA Finals after losing to the Miami Heat in seven games last year, were outshot 49 percent to 40 from the field. San Antonio made a fast start, Kawhi Leonard hit in two 3-pointers to help his team grab an 8-0 lead, but Westbrook sparked an Oklahoma City comeback and they ended the first quarter on a 13-2 run to lead 26-20.
Durant then put on a spectacular show for his fans with a dazzling array of shots from all around the court, totaling 15 points in the second quarter as the faster-paced Thunder stretched their advantage to 58-43 at halftime. There was no way back from there for the Spurs, despite continued good play from their reserves, and they ended the night by slipping to their ninth straight loss to the Thunder at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
The series shifts back to San Antonio for Game 5 on Thursday with the eventual winners advancing to meet either the Heat or Indiana Pacers for the NBA title.

You'll find video highlights of key plays, key stats such as highest points and highest rebounds, times, locations and much more information.
Miami sweep Charlotte, but five series were tied in Game 4 - Portland and Washington though are a win away from wrapping it up.
Memphis lost a lead to Oklahoma City Thunder again, in the final phase which saw seven lead changes.
Mike Conley missed his buzzer-beater which would have sent the game into a second overtime period. Westbrook scored 40 points and handed out 10 assists in leading Oklahoma City to at 105-92 victory Tuesday night in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals.

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