Thunder 131, Mavs 102 (OKC leads 2-1)
OKC made a statement by coming into Dallas and dominating from the jump. Kevin Durant bounced back from the worst shooting playoff game of his career to score a game-high 34 points (on 11-25 from the field). Russell Westbrook had 26 points with 15 dimes and one sick block on Dirk Nowitzki.
Raptors 101, Pacers 85 (Toronto leads 2-1)
Both DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry scored 21 points to lead Toronto to a commanding victory. Both Raptor stars shot poorly (DeRozan, 7-19; Lowry: 8-21), but the Pacers as a team shot just a poorly (38.2 percent from the floor, 27.3 percent from three).
FINAL: Raptors 101, Pacers 85. Kyle Lowry scores 12 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter. Toronto now leads 2-1. pic.twitter.com/1ndrZfPGgz
— SLAM Magazine (@SLAMonline) April 22, 2016
Warriors 96, Rockets 97 (Golden State leads 2-1)
James Harden came up huge in the clutch, sinking a 10-footer to seal the win. The Beard finished with a game-high 35 points to go with 9 assists and 8 rebounds.
Golden State had one last chance to win the game, but Draymond Green dribbled to ball off his foot as soon as he caught the inbounds pass.