Magic 96, Raptors 115 (Toronto wins 4-1)
Toronto led the entire game and by as much as 37 points during the fourth quarter.
Kawhi Leonard dropped a game-high 27 points (8-11 FG) with 7 boards and a +38 plus/minus.
Nets 100, Sixers 122 (Philly wins 4-1)
Philly led the entire game and by as much as 39 points during the third quarter.
Joel Embiid scored a game-high 23 points with 13 boards and a +26 plus/minus.
Spurs 90, Nuggets 108 (Denver leads 3-2)
Denver took an 11-point lead into halftime and grew it to 30 points during the fourth quarter.
Jamal Murray dropped a game-high 23 points with 7 dimes, 4 treys and a +33 plus/minus. Nikola Jokic scored 16 points with 11 boards, 8 dimes and a +27 plus/minus.
Thunder 115, Blazers 118 (Portland wins 4-1)
Wow. Damian Lillard scored a playoff career-high 50 points—including a buzzer-beating game-winner from about 40 feet to close out the series.
Portland trailed by 15 points with 7 minutes left in the game when Dame took his game to the next level. After sinking the series-clinching shot, Dame waved goodbye to the Thunder, who were talking trash following their Game 3 victory.
In addition to his 50 points, Lillard finished with 10 threes, 7 boards, 6 dimes and 3 steals.
Lillard’s performance was truly one for the ages. NBA and WNBA players took to social media to sound off on Dame’s epic performance, with some players calling it the coldest game-winner they’ve ever seen.
They weren’t exaggerating.