National Basketball Association Playoff Game Capsules

Updated: April 28, 2013


Final Score: Chicago 142, Brooklyn 134 (3OT)

Chicago, IL (Sports Network) – Powered by an improbable fourth quarter comeback, the Chicago Bulls scratched and clawed their way through a triple- overtime marathon at United Center to take a 142-134 victory away from the Brooklyn Nets in Game 4 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series. It was a Michael Jordan-esque performance by none other than Chicago reserve Nate Robinson, with the mercurial 5-foot-9 guard racking up 23 points in the fourth quarter — including the first 12 of a game-tying 14-0 run in the last 3:45 of regulation. He totaled 34 points on 14-of-23 shooting from the floor. With plantar fasciitis plaguing his foot, Joakim Noah grinded through nearly 39 minutes of play — 14 over his minute restriction — to finish with a valiant 15 points, 13 rebounds and four blocks. Both players fouled out before it was over, but Chicago’s supporting cast finished the job with a 13-6 surge in the third overtime to complete what was an utter collapse by the Nets, who will now return to Brooklyn trailing 3-1 in the series.

Final Score: Memphis 104, LA Clippers 83

Memphis, TN (Sports Network) – The resurgent Memphis Grizzlies dominated the fourth quarter and behind double-doubles from Marc Gasol and Mike Conley, tied their quarterfinal series at two apiece with a second straight win, a 104-83 triumph over the Los Angeles Clippers at FedExForum. Gasol tallied 24 points with 13 rebounds, while Conley scored 15 and dished out 13 assists for Memphis, which broke open a tight ball game by outscoring the Clippers 33-16 in the fourth. Zach Randolph powered his way to 24 points and nine boards, Tayshaun Prince chipped in 15 points and Tony Allen and Quincy Pondexter each poured in 10 apiece for Memphis, which shot 50.6 percent for the contest. The series will shift back to Los Angeles for Game 5 on Tuesday. The Clippers were held to 30 percent shooting in the fourth and converted just one of their eight 3-point attempts in the frame. Chris Paul and Blake Griffin each scored 19, with Griffin posting 10 rebounds in the defeat.

Final Score: Atlanta 90, Indiana 69

Atlanta, GA (Sports Network) – Atlanta wanted to get tougher defensively after getting blown out over their first two games in Indiana. After a few lineup changes, that’s exactly what the Hawks did. Al Horford tallied a playoff career-high 26 points and 16 rebounds in the Hawks’ 90-69 rout of the Pacers in Game 3 of this Eastern Conference first-round series. Josh Smith added 14 points, six rebounds and six assists for Atlanta, which will host Game 4 on Monday. Indiana still leads the best-of-seven set 2-1.

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