5 Fast Facts from Last Night’s Games — Clippers Blowout Warriors, Grizzlies Stun Thunder

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zach randolphAnother unpredictable day in the NBA Playoffs.

A road team became the latest to stun a higher-seed in one of the most wild and exhilarating games of the entire 2013-14 season. In the second outing of the double-header, a home team avenged a Game 1 loss by running their opponent out of the building in a display of unquestioned superiority.

Here’s everything that you need to know about last night’s action.

Mike Woodson, Entire NY Knicks Coaching Staff Relieved Of Duties

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Finally, the monkey is off the proverbial back so to speak.

For the past few days, perhaps even the past few weeks, ever since the New York Knicks announced the arrival of Phil Jackson—one of the most respected names in NBA history—would be taking over as President of Basketball Operations, back in mid-March, it seemed only a matter of time before he would begin reconstructing the team organization.

Monday marked the beginning of the likely multi-faceted project, as Jackson addressed the elephant in the room: the rather tenuous coaching situation.

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5 Fast Facts from Last Night’s Games — Home Teams Continue to Struggle, Blazers-Rockets Goes to OT

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LaMarcusAldridgeSH1Day one of the 2014 NBA Playoffs wasn’t a mirage. This truly is one of the strangest beginnings to the postseason in recent history.

Easter Sunday didn’t spare anyone from scares.

On Sunday, April 20, two more home teams fell to lower-seeded teams. The two squads that survived both trailed against the underdogs relatively late in their respective games before securing close victories.

Here’s everything that you need to know about last night’s action.

Tweet of the Night: Paul George goes fishing

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Paul georgeIf you have been following the Indiana Pacers the last few weeks, the first thing you would say they need is practice.

Paul George’s tweet on Sunday night may indicate to some that he has other priorities.

Despite dropping the first game to the Atlanta Hawks 101-93, the bottom seed in the NBA playoffs, in unspectacular fashion, George decided the best course of action would be to go fishing on Sunday. 

5 Fast Facts from Last Night’s Games — Home Teams Struggle as an 8 Upsets a 1

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395px-Paul_pierce_netsThe 2014 NBA Playoffs are officially underway! After just one day, predictions are being questioned and changed.

No one saw this coming.

In what can only be described as one of the most bizarre opening days in recent postseason history, the higher seeds struggled against their respective competitors. A No. 1 seed lost to a No. 8 seed, a clash between budding rivals was marred by excessive foul calls and another No. 8 came back from 25 points down to nearly stun another No. 1.

Here’s everything that you need to know about last night’s action.