Russell Westbrook scored 28 points and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Los Angeles Lakers 106-90 to eliminate the Lakers in five games.
Russell Westbrook scored 10 of his 37 points during a stirring fourth-quarter comeback, Kevin Durant added 31 points and hit the tiebreaking 3-pointer with 13.7 seconds left, and the Oklahoma City Thunder seized control of the second-round series with a 103-100 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 4 on Saturday night.
Kobe Bryant didn’t miss on 18 free throws and scored 14 of his 36 points in the fourth quarter, and the Los Angeles Lakers rallied late for a 99-96 victory over Oklahoma City in Game 3 on Friday night, cutting the Thunder’s second-round series lead to 2-1.
Kevin Durant scored 22 points and rattled in the go-ahead basket on a baseline runner with 18 seconds left, and the Oklahoma City Thunder scored the final nine points to rally for a 77-75 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals Wednesday night.
The Orioles will go for a sweep Thursday night at the yard. They will also hope that Brian Matusz will be able to snap his personal 13-start losing streak dating back to last season. Matusz is the only Oriole starter without a win this season.
Metta World Peace has been suspended for seven games without pay for elbowing Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden, the NBA has announced.
With the Clippers losing, the Los Angeles Lakers win the Pacific Division and clinch the 3rd spot in the Western Conference.
Jeff Van Gundy, ESPN Analyst and former head coach joined The Scott Garceau Show and talked about NBA All Star Weekend with the guys.
Brian Mahoney, NBA Writer with the AP joined The Scott Garceau Show and talked about NBA All Star Weekend.
Scoop Jackson, ESPN.com NBA Writer joined The Scott Garceau Show and talked about Linsanity.
Steve Blake, LA Lakers guard and former Maryland Terp joined The Scott Garceau Show and talked about his former coach Gary Williams.
Yesterday Shaquille O’Neal’s 19 year career came to an end as he announced his retirement. Pat Williams, senior VP of the Magic,and the man that drafted Shaq joins The Scott Garceau Show and tells us about the big aristotle.