NBA Playoffs 2015: Examining Best Highlights and Postseason Storylines

May 2nd, 2015 by John Dorn Leave a reply »

The first round of the NBA playoffs is all but wrapped up, and it has provided us with a handful of memorable plays and close finishes.

Unlike last postseason, which featured an unprecedented number of close series, these playoffs saw a few old-fashioned blowouts, with five series ending in four or five games. But even the shorter sets were packed with theatrics and jaw-dropping performances. 

With the second round nearly upon us, let's look back on the moments that excited us the most and look ahead at some stories to keep an eye on moving forward. 


Top Highlights

Blake Griffin Lighting up San Antonio

The Los Angeles Clippers are deadlocked at three games apiece with the San Antonio Spurs, but without Blake Griffin, this series would've been over a long time ago.

Griffin has posted monster numbers over the six games, averaging 24.2 points, 13.2 rebounds and seven assists. He's been responsible for too many highlight-reel plays to keep track of, including ludicrous alley-oops—both on the giving and receiving end.

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