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2013 NBA Playoffs
Season 2012–13
Teams 16
Champions Miami Heat (3rd title)
Runners-up San Antonio Spurs (5th finals appearance)
Semifinalists

The 2013 NBA Playoffs were the postseason tournament of the National Basketball Association's 2012–13 season. The tournament concluded with the Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat defeating the Western Conference champion San Antonio Spurs 4 games to 3 in the NBA Finals. LeBron James was named NBA Finals MVP.

The Miami Heat headed into the playoffs with a franchise-best 66 wins, topping the league in the regular season. Their 2012 Finals opponents, the Oklahoma City Thunder, topped the Western Conference with 60 wins, making it the first time since 2006 that the two teams who faced off in the previous year's finals topped their respective conferences in the next regular season.

The New York Knicks entered the playoffs with their best regular-season performance since 1997, finishing atop the Atlantic Division for the first time since 1994. The Indiana Pacers won the Central Division for the first time since 2004, while the Los Angeles Clippers made franchise history by winning their first Pacific Division title and having a 56-win season, tied with the Memphis Grizzlies, whose 56 wins were also a franchise record. The Denver Nuggets earned the West's third seed and headed into the playoffs with a franchise-record 57 wins.

The Brooklyn Nets and Golden State Warriors made their first playoff appearances since 2007. This also marked the first time that Barclays Center hosted a playoff game. The Houston Rockets made their first playoff appearance since 2009, while the Milwaukee Bucks appeared for the first time since 2010. The Bucks were the first team since 2011 to make the playoffs despite finishing below .500 in the regular season.

The San Antonio Spurs continued the longest active playoff streak at 16 straight appearances.[1] The Dallas Mavericks missed the playoffs for the first time since 2000, ending the second-longest active streak of playoff appearances, which stretched 12 years.[2] The Orlando Magic also missed the playoffs for the first time since 2006, ending the longest active streak in the Eastern Conference.

Game 7 between Chicago and Brooklyn marked the 14th straight postseason with at least one Game 7. The 1999 NBA Playoffs was the last time that a Game 7 was not played.

Format[edit]

The six division winners and 10 other teams with the most wins from each conference qualified for the playoffs. The seedings are based on each team's record; however, a division winner is guaranteed to be ranked at least fourth, regardless of record.

Tiebreak procedures[edit]

The tiebreakers that determine seedings are:

  1. Division leader wins tie from team not leading a division
  2. Head-to-head record
  3. Division record (if all the tied teams are in the same division)
  4. Conference record
  5. Record vs. playoff teams, own conference
  6. Record vs. playoff teams, other conference (only in two-way tie)
  7. Point differential, all games

If there were more than two teams tied, the team that wins the tiebreaker gets the highest seed, while the other teams were "re-broken" from the first step until all ties were resolved. Since the three division winners were guaranteed a spot in the top four, ties to determine the division winners had to be broken before any other ties.

Playoff qualifying[edit]

Eastern Conference[edit]

Seed Team Record Clinched
Playoff berth Division title Best record
in Conference
Best record
in NBA
1 Miami Heat 66–16 March 8 March 18 March 29 April 10
2 New York Knicks 54–28 March 22 April 9
3 Indiana Pacers 49–32[a] March 21 April 7
4 Brooklyn Nets 49-33 March 21
5 Chicago Bulls 45–37 March 27
6 Atlanta Hawks 44–38 March 27
7 Boston Celtics 41–40[a] April 3
8 Milwaukee Bucks 38–44 April 6

— = Did not achieve

Western Conference[edit]

Seed Team Record Clinched
Playoff berth Division title Best record
in Conference
Best record
in NBA
1 Oklahoma City Thunder 60–22 March 15 April 12 April 15
2 San Antonio Spurs 58–24 March 14 April 6
3 Denver Nuggets 57–25 March 23
4 Los Angeles Clippers 56–26[b] March 22 April 7
5 Memphis Grizzlies 56–26[b] March 27
6 Golden State Warriors 47–35 April 9
7 Los Angeles Lakers 45–37[c] April 17
8 Houston Rockets 45–37[c] April 9

— = Did not achieve

Notes

  1. ^ a b In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, the NBA canceled the April 16 game scheduled in Boston between the Celtics and the Pacers; the game was not rescheduled because it would have had no impact on either team's playoff seedings.[3]
  2. ^ a b Los Angeles Clippers clinched #4 seed over Memphis Grizzlies based on winning Pacific Division; and home court advantage based on a 3–1 regular season series record.
  3. ^ a b Los Angeles Lakers clinched #7 seed over Houston Rockets based on Western Conference winning percentage (0.538 vs. 0.462).

Bracket[edit]

Teams in bold advanced to the next round. The numbers to the left of each team indicate the team's seeding in its conference, and the numbers to the right indicate the number of games the team won in that round. The division champions are marked by an asterisk. Home court advantage for the playoffs does not necessarily belong to the higher-seeded team, but instead the team with the better regular season record. Teams with home court advantage are shown in italics. If two teams with the same record meet in a round, standard tiebreaker rules are used. The doodle rule for determining home court advantage in the NBA Finals is head to head record followed by record vs. opposite conference.

  First Round Conference Semifinals Conference Finals NBA Finals
                                     
E1 Miami* 4  
E8 Milwaukee 0  
  E1 Miami* 4  
  E5 Chicago 1  
E4 Brooklyn 3
E5 Chicago 4  
  E1 Miami* 4  
Eastern Conference
  E3 Indiana* 3  
E3 Indiana* 4  
E6 Atlanta 2  
  E3 Indiana* 4
  E2 New York* 2  
E2 New York* 4
E7 Boston 2  
  E1 Miami* 4
  W2 San Antonio* 3
W1 Oklahoma City* 4  
W8 Houston 2  
  W1 Oklahoma City* 1
  W5 Memphis 4  
W4 LA Clippers* 2
W5 Memphis 4  
  W5 Memphis 0
Western Conference
  W2 San Antonio* 4  
W3 Denver 2  
W6 Golden State 4  
  W6 Golden State 2
  W2 San Antonio* 4  
W2 San Antonio* 4
W7 LA Lakers 0  


* Division winner
Bold Series winner
italics Team with home-court advantage


Eastern Conference[edit]

All times are in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−4)

First Round[edit]

(1) Miami Heat vs. (8) Milwaukee Bucks[edit]

April 21
7:00 pm
Milwaukee Bucks 87, Miami Heat 110
Scoring by quarter: 24–26, 21–26, 20–28, 22–30
Pts: Brandon Jennings 26
Rebs: Ersan İlyasova 6
Asts: Ellis, Redick 3 each
Pts: LeBron James 27
Rebs: LeBron James 8
Asts: LeBron James 10
Miami leads series, 1–0
American Airlines Arena, Miami
Attendance: 20,006
Referees: James Capers, Bennett Salvatore, Sean Corbin
April 23
7:30 pm
Milwaukee Bucks 86, Miami Heat 98
Scoring by quarter: 23–25, 20–22, 22–21, 21–30
Pts: Ersan İlyasova 21
Rebs: Ersan İlyasova 6
Asts: Monta Ellis 5
Pts: Dwyane Wade 21
Rebs: LeBron James 8
Asts: LeBron James 6
Miami leads series, 2–0
American Airlines Arena, Miami
Attendance: 20,097
Referees: Tony Brothers, Ron Garretson, Zach Zarba
April 25
7:00 pm
Miami Heat 104, Milwaukee Bucks 91
Scoring by quarter: 21–30, 27–20, 30–18, 26–23
Pts: Ray Allen 23
Rebs: Chris Bosh 14
Asts: Dwyane Wade 11
Pts: Jennings, Sanders 16 each
Rebs: Larry Sanders 11
Asts: Brandon Jennings 8
Miami leads series, 3–0
BMO Harris Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 18,165
Referees: Scott Foster, Bill Kennedy, Scott Wall
April 28
3:30 pm
Miami Heat 88, Milwaukee Bucks 77
Scoring by quarter: 24–17, 21–24, 22–21, 21–15
Pts: LeBron James 30
Rebs: LeBron James 8
Asts: LeBron James 7
Pts: Monta Ellis 21
Rebs: Larry Sanders 11
Asts: Monta Ellis 8
Miami wins series, 4–0
BMO Harris Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Attendance: 18,717
Referees: Danny Crawford, Marc Davis, Michael Smith
Regular-season series

This was the first playoff meeting between the Heat and the Bucks.[4]

(2) New York Knicks vs. (7) Boston Celtics[edit]

April 20
3:00 pm
Boston Celtics 78, New York Knicks 85
Scoring by quarter: 29–26, 24–23, 17–18, 8–18
Pts: Jeff Green 26
Rebs: Brandon Bass 10
Asts: Paul Pierce 7
Pts: Carmelo Anthony 36
Rebs: Kenyon Martin 9
Asts: Raymond Felton 6
New York leads series, 1–0
Madison Square Garden, New York City
Attendance: 19,033
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Bill Spooner, Gary Zielinski
April 23
8:00 pm
Boston Celtics 71, New York Knicks 87
Scoring by quarter: 20–26, 28–16, 11–32, 12–13
Pts: Paul Pierce 18
Rebs: Kevin Garnett 11
Asts: Paul Pierce 6
Pts: Carmelo Anthony 34
Rebs: Kenyon Martin 11
Asts: Pablo Prigioni 5
New York leads series, 2–0
Madison Square Garden, New York City
Attendance: 19,033
Referees: Derrick Stafford, David Jones, Rodney Mott
April 26
8:00 pm
New York Knicks 90, Boston Celtics 76
Scoring by quarter: 23–18, 24–13, 21–21, 22–24
Pts: Carmelo Anthony 26
Rebs: Chandler, Shumpert 8 each
Asts: Raymond Felton 10
Pts: Jeff Green 21
Rebs: Kevin Garnett 17
Asts: Paul Pierce 5
New York leads series, 3–0
TD Garden, Boston
Attendance: 18,624
Referees: Danny Crawford, Marc Davis, Michael Smith
April 28
1:00 pm
New York Knicks 90, Boston Celtics 97 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 17–22, 18–32, 30–14, 19–16, Overtime: 6–13
Pts: Carmelo Anthony 36
Rebs: Iman Shumpert 12
Asts: Raymond Felton 3
Pts: Paul Pierce 29
Rebs: Kevin Garnett 17
Asts: Garnett, Pierce 6 each
New York leads series, 3–1
TD Garden, Boston
Attendance: 18,624
Referees: Scott Foster, Derrick Collins, Bill Kennedy
May 1
7:00 pm
Boston Celtics 92, New York Knicks 86
Scoring by quarter: 20–22, 25–17, 24–21, 23–26
Pts: Jeff Green 18
Rebs: Kevin Garnett 18
Asts: Kevin Garnett 5
Pts: Carmelo Anthony 22
Rebs: Tyson Chandler 11
Asts: Raymond Felton 4
New York leads series, 3–2
Madison Square Garden, New York City
Attendance: 19,033
Referees: Joe Crawford, James Capers, Sean Corbin
May 3
7:00 pm
New York Knicks 88, Boston Celtics 80
Scoring by quarter: 24–10, 15–17, 28–20, 21–33
Pts: Carmelo Anthony 21
Rebs: Tyson Chandler 12
Asts: Raymond Felton 7
Pts: Jeff Green 21
Rebs: Kevin Garnett 10
Asts: Paul Pierce 5
New York wins series, 4–2
TD Garden, Boston
Attendance: 18,624
Referees: Ken Mauer, Ed Malloy, Bennett Salvatore
Regular-season series

This was the 15th playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Celtics winning eight of the first 14 meetings.

(3) Indiana Pacers vs. (6) Atlanta Hawks[edit]

April 21
1:00 pm
Atlanta Hawks 90, Indiana Pacers 107
Scoring by quarter: 26–34, 24–24, 19–26, 21–23
Pts: Jeff Teague 21
Rebs: Josh Smith 8
Asts: Jeff Teague 7
Pts: Paul George 23
Rebs: Paul George 11
Asts: Paul George 12
Indiana leads series, 1–0
Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis
Attendance: 18,165
Referees: Derrick Stafford, David Jones, Rodney Mott
April 24
7:30 pm
Atlanta Hawks 98, Indiana Pacers 113
Scoring by quarter: 19–25, 31–34, 26–29, 22–25
Pts: Devin Harris 17
Rebs: Al Horford 10
Asts: Al Horford 5
Pts: Paul George 27
Rebs: Roy Hibbert 9
Asts: five players 3 each
Indiana leads series, 2–0
Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis
Attendance: 18,165
Referees: Ken Mauer, Ed Malloy, Sean Wright
April 27
7:00 pm
Indiana Pacers 69, Atlanta Hawks 90
Scoring by quarter: 14–27, 16–27, 19–21, 20–15
Pts: David West 18
Rebs: George, Hibbert, Hansbrough 9 each
Asts: George Hill 3
Pts: Al Horford 26
Rebs: Al Horford 16
Asts: Josh Smith 6
Indiana leads series, 2–1
Philips Arena, Atlanta
Attendance: 18,238
Referees: Mike Callahan, Scott Wall, Tom Washington
April 29
7:30 pm
Indiana Pacers 91, Atlanta Hawks 102
Scoring by quarter: 21–22, 19–35, 22–12, 29–33
Pts: Paul George 21
Rebs: Paul George 12
Asts: Lance Stephenson 8
Pts: Josh Smith 29
Rebs: Josh Smith 11
Asts: Teague, Harris 6 each
Series tied, 2–2
Philips Arena, Atlanta
Attendance: 18,165
Referees: Joe Crawford, Tony Brown, James Capers
May 1
7:30 pm
Atlanta Hawks 83, Indiana Pacers 106
Scoring by quarter: 22–21, 21–29, 24–31, 16–25
Pts: Smith, Horford 14 each
Rebs: Al Horford 9
Asts: Jeff Teague 5
Pts: David West 24
Rebs: Lance Stephenson 12
Asts: George Hill 10
Indiana leads series, 3–2
Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis
Attendance: 18,165
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Derrick Collins, Bennett Salvatore
May 3
7:00 pm
Indiana Pacers 81, Atlanta Hawks 73
Scoring by quarter: 21–20, 16–9, 28–21, 16–23
Pts: Hill, West 21 each
Rebs: Hibbert, Stephenson 11 each
Asts: Paul George 7
Pts: Al Horford 15
Rebs: Josh Smith 9
Asts: Smith, Horford, Harris 3 each
Indiana wins series, 4–2
Philips Arena, Atlanta
Attendance: 18,238
Referees: Tony Brothers, Ron Garretson, Zach Zarba
Regular-season series

This was the fifth playoff meeting between these two teams, with the each team winning two series apiece.

(4) Brooklyn Nets vs. (5) Chicago Bulls[edit]

April 20
8:00 pm
Chicago Bulls 89, Brooklyn Nets 106
Scoring by quarter: 14–25, 21–35, 27–29, 27–17
Pts: Carlos Boozer 25
Rebs: Carlos Boozer 8
Asts: Carlos Boozer 4
Pts: Deron Williams 22
Rebs: Reggie Evans 13
Asts: Deron Williams 7
Brooklyn leads series, 1–0
Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York City
Attendance: 17,732
Referees: Ken Mauer, Ed Malloy, Sean Wright

The Nets led wire-to-wire as they routed the Bulls 106-89 to take a 1-0 series lead. A dominant first half allowed the Nets to put the game away early as they outscored the Bulls 25-14 in the first quarter and 35-21 in the second quarter, building a 60-35 halftime lead.

April 22
8:00 pm
Chicago Bulls 90, Brooklyn Nets 82
Scoring by quarter: 20–17, 27–29, 22–11, 21–25
Pts: Luol Deng 15
Rebs: Carlos Boozer 12
Asts: Kirk Hinrich 5
Pts: Brook Lopez 21
Rebs: Reggie Evans 8
Asts: Deron Williams 10
Series tied, 1–1
Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York City
Attendance: 17,732
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Bill Spooner, Gary Zielinski

Following their embarrassing Game 1 loss, the Bulls bounced back with a 90-82 win, evening the series at 1-1 and stealing homecourt advantage. The Bulls took control of the game in the third quarter, outscoring the Nets 22-11 in the period and building a 12-point 4th quarter lead. The Nets attempted to rally, but the Bulls made enough clutch shots to hold them off. After scoring 89 points through 3 quarters in Game 1 (and 106 for the game), the Nets were held to 82 points for all of Game 2.

April 25
8:30 pm
Brooklyn Nets 76, Chicago Bulls 79
Scoring by quarter: 17–19, 17–22, 18–24, 24–14
Pts: Brook Lopez 22
Rebs: Reggie Evans 12
Asts: Deron Williams 4
Pts: Carlos Boozer 22
Rebs: Carlos Boozer 16
Asts: Boozer, Deng 3 each
Chicago leads series, 2–1
United Center, Chicago
Attendance: 21,672
Referees: Joe Crawford, James Capers, Sean Corbin

The Bulls took a 2-1 series lead with a 79-76 victory. Despite squandering most of a huge fourth quarter lead, the Bulls hung on to win when Cj Watson airballed a game tying three pointer at the buzzer.

April 27
2:00 pm
Brooklyn Nets 134, Chicago Bulls 142 (3OT)
Scoring by quarter: 26–25, 29–33, 29–18, 27–35Overtime: 10–10, 6–6, 7–15
Pts: Deron Williams 32
Rebs: Reggie Evans 13
Asts: Deron Williams 10
Pts: Nate Robinson 34
Rebs: Joakim Noah 13
Asts: Kirk Hinrich 14
Chicago leads series, 3–1
United Center, Chicago
Attendance: 21,758
Referees: Tony Brothers, Ron Garretson, Eric Lewis

The Bulls stunned the Nets and took a commanding 3-1 series lead with a 142-134 victory in triple overtime. The Nets trailed 58-55 at halftime. However, they outscored the Bulls 29-18 in the third quarter and led by 8 points heading into the fourth quarter. With less than 3 minutes to go, the Nets extended their lead to 14, and the Bulls trailed 109-95. However, the Bulls would go on a 16-2 run to force the first of three overtimes. Nate Robinson caught fire, scoring 23 points in the 4th quarter, including 12 unanswered points as the Bulls cut the deficit to 109-107 with just over one minute remaining. Carlos Boozer then scored the game tying bucket to even the game at 109. On the Nets' next possession, Brook Lopez was fouled. He made both free throws to put the Nets up 111-109. The Bulls drew up a play to give Luol Deng a go ahead corner three. Deng missed the three, but Joakim Noah grabbed two offensive rebounds and tied the game at 111-111. Deron Williams attempted to win the game at the end of regulation, but his shot rimmed out, and the Bulls forced overtime. During the overtimes, several players fouled out. For the Nets, Gerald Wallace and Reggie Evans would foul out while Robinson, Noah, and Gibson would foul out for the Bulls. The Bulls would go on to win the game in triple overtime as they pushed the Nets to the brink of elimination.

April 29
7:00 pm
Chicago Bulls 91, Brooklyn Nets 110
Scoring by quarter: 21–26, 23–26, 29–25, 18–33
Pts: Nate Robinson 20
Rebs: Carlos Boozer 10
Asts: Nate Robinson 8
Pts: Brook Lopez 28
Rebs: Reggie Evans 12
Asts: Deron Williams 10
Chicago leads series, 3–2
Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York City
Attendance: 17,732
Referees: Mike Callahan, Tom Washington, Zach Zarba
May 2
8:00 pm
Brooklyn Nets 95, Chicago Bulls 92
Scoring by quarter: 33–27, 27–27, 15–17, 20–21
Pts: three players 17 each
Rebs: Reggie Evans 15
Asts: Deron Williams 11
Pts: Marco Belinelli 22
Rebs: Joakim Noah 15
Asts: Marco Belinelli 7
Series tied, 3–3
United Center, Chicago
Attendance: 21,810
Referees: Scott Foster, John Goble, Bill Kennedy
May 4
8:00 pm
Chicago Bulls 99, Brooklyn Nets 93
Scoring by quarter: 29–25, 32–19, 21–31, 17–18
Pts: Belinelli, Noah 24 each
Rebs: Joakim Noah 14
Asts: Butler, Robinson 4 each
Pts: Deron Williams 24
Rebs: Reggie Evans 13
Asts: Deron Williams 7
Chicago wins series, 4–3
Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York City
Attendance: 17,732
Referees: Monty McCutchen, James Capers, Jason Phillips

The Bulls entered this game without the services of Derrick Rose, Luol Deng, and Kirk Hinrich, but almost blew a 3–1 series lead to the Nets. However, the Bulls dominated the first half, building a 61-44 halftime lead. In the second half, the Nets fought back as they cut the deficit to 4, but they got no closer as the Bulls prevailed with a 99-93 victory. It was the first time that the Bulls had won a Game 7 on the road in franchise history, becoming the 7th NBA road team to do so after leading series 3–1. They were 0-6 in their last 6 road Game 7's.

Regular-season series

This was the second playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Bulls winning the first meeting. All previous meetings took place while the Nets were in New Jersey.

Conference Semifinals[edit]

(1) Miami Heat vs. (5) Chicago Bulls[edit]

May 6
7:00 pm
Chicago Bulls 93, Miami Heat 86
Scoring by quarter: 21–15, 16–22, 21–25, 35–24
Pts: Nate Robinson 27
Rebs: Jimmy Butler 14
Asts: Nate Robinson 9
Pts: LeBron James 24
Rebs: LeBron James 8
Asts: James, Chalmers 7 each
Chicago leads series, 1–0
American Airlines Arena, Miami
Attendance: 19,685
Referees: Ken Mauer, Ed Malloy, Tom Washington

The Bulls stunned the Heat in Game 1 with a 93-86 victory. The game was close throughout, with neither team leading by more than 8 points. The Heat entered the fourth quarter with a 62-58 lead and led 86-83 with just over two minutes to play when the Bulls scored the game's final 10 points. After giving up only 37 points in the first half, the Heat's defense allowed the Bulls to score 35 points in the 4th quarter alone. After Marco Bellinelli's game-tying three pointer knotted the game at 86, Nate Robinson took over, scoring two consecutive shots to put the Bulls up 90-86 with just over 40 seconds left. On the Heat's next two possessions, LeBron James would shoot an airball and miss a long three pointer, and Nate Robinson made enough free throws to seal the win and help the Bulls steal homecourt advantage.

May 8
7:00 pm
Chicago Bulls 78, Miami Heat 115
Scoring by quarter: 20–25, 21–30, 15–30, 22–30
Pts: Marco Belinelli 13
Rebs: Joakim Noah 6
Asts: Marco Belinelli 6
Pts: Ray Allen 21
Rebs: Norris Cole 6
Asts: LeBron James 9
Series tied, 1–1
American Airlines Arena, Miami
Attendance: 19,817
Referees: Scott Foster, Rodney Mott, Sean Wright
May 10
8:00 pm
Miami Heat 104, Chicago Bulls 94
Scoring by quarter: 25–25, 27–25, 18–20, 34–24
Pts: LeBron James 25
Rebs: Chris Bosh 19
Asts: LeBron James 7
Pts: Carlos Boozer 21
Rebs: Joakim Noah 11
Asts: Nate Robinson 7
Miami leads series, 2–1
United Center, Chicago
Attendance: 22,675
Referees: Joe Crawford, David Guthrie, Derrick Stafford
May 13
7:00 pm
Miami Heat 88, Chicago Bulls 65
Scoring by quarter: 21–15, 23–18, 17–9, 27–23
Pts: LeBron James 27
Rebs: Haslem, James 7 each
Asts: LeBron James 8
Pts: Carlos Boozer 14
Rebs: Carlos Boozer 12
Asts: Hamilton, Robinson 4 each
Miami leads series, 3–1
United Center, Chicago
Attendance: 21,990
Referees: Danny Crawford, Marc Davis, Jason Phillips
May 15
7:00 pm
Chicago Bulls 91, Miami Heat 94
Scoring by quarter: 21–30, 32–17, 24–22, 14–25
Pts: Carlos Boozer 26
Rebs: Carlos Boozer 13
Asts: Nate Robinson 6
Pts: LeBron James 23
Rebs: James, Bosh 7 each
Asts: LeBron James 8
Miami wins series, 4–1
American Airlines Arena, Miami
Attendance: 20,025
Referees: Mike Callahan, Tony Brothers, Bennett Salvatore
Regular-season series

This was the seventh playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Bulls winning four of the first six meetings.

(2) New York Knicks vs. (3) Indiana Pacers[edit]

May 5
3:30 pm
Indiana Pacers 102, New York Knicks 95
Scoring by quarter: 22–27, 30–19, 29–19, 21–30
Pts: David West 20
Rebs: Lance Stephenson 13
Asts: George Hill 6
Pts: Carmelo Anthony 27
Rebs: Carmelo Anthony 11
Asts: Pablo Prigioni 6
Indiana leads series, 1–0
Madison Square Garden, New York City
Attendance: 19,033
Referees: Danny Crawford, Marc Davis, Michael Smith
May 7
7:00 pm
Indiana Pacers 79, New York Knicks 105
Scoring by quarter: 20–29, 22–18, 24–25, 13–33
Pts: Paul George 20
Rebs: Roy Hibbert 12
Asts: George Hill 7
Pts: Carmelo Anthony 32
Rebs: Carmelo Anthony 9
Asts: Kidd, Prigioni 4 each
Series tied, 1–1
Madison Square Garden, New York City
Attendance: 19,033
Referees: Joe Crawford, Sean Corbin, Derrick Stafford
May 11
8:00 pm
New York Knicks 71, Indiana Pacers 82
Scoring by quarter: 15–18, 18–18, 20–26, 18–20
Pts: Carmelo Anthony 21
Rebs: Iman Shumpert 10
Asts: Pablo Prigioni 3
Pts: Roy Hibbert 24
Rebs: West, Hibbert 12 each
Asts: Paul George 8
Indiana leads series, 2–1
Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis
Attendance: 18,165
Referees: Mike Callahan, Tony Brothers, Zach Zarba
May 14
7:00 pm
New York Knicks 82, Indiana Pacers 93
Scoring by quarter: 16–23, 18–25, 22–19, 26–26
Pts: Carmelo Anthony 24
Rebs: Tyson Chandler 10
Asts: Raymond Felton 6
Pts: George Hill 26
Rebs: Paul George 14
Asts: Paul George 7
Indiana leads series, 3–1
Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis
Attendance: 18,165
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Ron Garretson, Bill Spooner
May 16
8:00 pm
Indiana Pacers 75, New York Knicks 85
Scoring by quarter: 15–19, 19–21, 23–27, 18–18
Pts: Paul George 23
Rebs: David West 10
Asts: Paul George 6
Pts: Carmelo Anthony 28
Rebs: Tyson Chandler 8
Asts: Raymond Felton 4
Indiana leads series, 3–2
Madison Square Garden, New York City
Attendance: 19,033
Referees: Scott Foster, John Goble, Bill Kennedy
May 18
8:00 pm
New York Knicks 99, Indiana Pacers 106
Scoring by quarter: 27–29, 20–26, 34–26, 18–25
Pts: Carmelo Anthony 39
Rebs: J. R. Smith 10
Asts: Kidd, Prigioni 6 each
Pts: Lance Stephenson 25
Rebs: Roy Hibbert 12
Asts: George, West, Hill 4 each
Indiana wins series, 4–2
Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis
Attendance: 18,165
Referees: Ed Malloy, Ken Mauer, Tom Washington
Regular-season series

This was the seventh playoff meeting between these two teams, with each team winning three series apiece.

Conference Finals: (1) Miami Heat vs. (3) Indiana Pacers[edit]

May 22
8:30 pm
Indiana Pacers 102, Miami Heat 103 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 21–22, 21–15, 23–27, 27–28Overtime: 10–11
Pts: Paul George 27
Rebs: Lance Stephenson 12
Asts: George Hill 7
Pts: LeBron James 30
Rebs: LeBron James 10
Asts: LeBron James 10
Miami leads series, 1–0
American Airlines Arena, Miami
Attendance: 19,679
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Tony Brothers, Jason Phillips
  • Paul George hit the game-tying 3 with 0.7 left to send the game into OT, and then in OT, LeBron James hit the game winning layup at the buzzer to seal the Game 1 victory in Miami. He also had 30 points, and added 10 rebounds, 10 assists (his ninth career playoff triple double, tying him with Wilt Chamberlain for fourth all-time),[10] and three blocked shots—the first such stat line in a playoff game since Ralph Sampson in Game 5 of the 1986 Western Conference Semifinals.[11]
May 24
8:30 pm
Indiana Pacers 97, Miami Heat 93
Scoring by quarter: 28–22, 25–25, 23–27, 21–19
Pts: Roy Hibbert 29
Rebs: Roy Hibbert 10
Asts: Paul George 6
Pts: LeBron James 36
Rebs: LeBron James 8
Asts: Chalmers, Wade 5 each
Series tied, 1–1
American Airlines Arena, Miami
Attendance: 20,022
Referees: Scott Foster, Bill Kennedy, Tom Washington
May 26
8:30 pm
Miami Heat 114, Indiana Pacers 96
Scoring by quarter: 34–30, 36–26, 21–20, 23–20
Pts: LeBron James 22
Rebs: Chris Andersen 9
Asts: Dwyane Wade 8
Pts: David West 21
Rebs: Roy Hibbert 17
Asts: Paul George 8
Miami leads series, 2–1
Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis
Attendance: 18,165
Referees: Ken Mauer, Mike Callahan, Ed Malloy
May 28
8:30 pm
Miami Heat 92, Indiana Pacers 99
Scoring by quarter: 22–26, 25–22, 23–29, 22–22
Pts: LeBron James 24
Rebs: Ray Allen 7
Asts: Dwyane Wade 6
Pts: Roy Hibbert 23
Rebs: West, Hibbert 12 each
Asts: George Hill 6
Series tied, 2–2
Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis
Attendance: 18,165
Referees: Joe Crawford, Rodney Mott, Derrick Stafford
May 30
8:30 pm
Indiana Pacers 79, Miami Heat 90
Scoring by quarter: 23–19, 21–21, 13–30, 22–20
Pts: Paul George 27
Rebs: Paul George 11
Asts: Paul George 5
Pts: LeBron James 30
Rebs: LeBron James 8
Asts: Chalmers, James 6 each
Miami leads series, 3–2
American Airlines Arena, Miami
Attendance: 19,913
Referees: Danny Crawford, James Capers, Marc Davis
June 1
8:30 pm
Miami Heat 77, Indiana Pacers 91
Scoring by quarter: 23–21, 17–18, 15–29, 22–23
Pts: LeBron James 29
Rebs: Joel Anthony 8
Asts: LeBron James 6
Pts: Paul George 28
Rebs: David West 14
Asts: George Hill 6
Series tied, 3–3
Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis
Attendance: 18,165
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Tony Brothers, Jason Phillips
June 3
8:30 pm
Indiana Pacers 76, Miami Heat 99
Scoring by quarter: 21–19, 16–33, 18–24, 21–23
Pts: Roy Hibbert 18
Rebs: Roy Hibbert 8
Asts: Lance Stephenson 5
Pts: LeBron James 32
Rebs: Dwyane Wade 9
Asts: Cole, James 4 each
Miami wins series, 4–3
American Airlines Arena, Miami
Attendance: 20,025
Referees: Scott Foster, Mike Callahan, Ken Mauer
Regular-season series

This was the third playoff meeting between these two teams, with each team winning one series apiece.

Western Conference[edit]

All times are in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−4)

First Round[edit]

(1) Oklahoma City Thunder vs. (8) Houston Rockets[edit]

April 21
9:30 pm
Houston Rockets 91, Oklahoma City Thunder 120
Scoring by quarter: 19–26, 28–34, 19–29, 25–31
Pts: James Harden 20
Rebs: Terrence Jones 8
Asts: Lin, Beverley 4 each
Pts: Kevin Durant 24
Rebs: Russell Westbrook 8
Asts: Russell Westbrook 10
Oklahoma City leads series, 1–0
Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Attendance: 18,203
Referees: Ron Garretson, Tony Brothers, Zach Zarba
April 24
7:00 pm
Houston Rockets 102, Oklahoma City Thunder 105
Scoring by quarter: 28–29, 27–28, 17–21, 30–27
Pts: James Harden 36
Rebs: Ömer Aşık 14
Asts: Harden, Beverley 6 each
Pts: Durant, Westbrook 29 each
Rebs: Serge Ibaka 11
Asts: Kevin Durant 9
Oklahoma City leads series, 2–0
Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Attendance: 18,203
Referees: Danny Crawford, Marc Davis, Jason Phillips
April 27
9:30 pm
Oklahoma City Thunder 104, Houston Rockets 101
Scoring by quarter: 39–19, 27–30, 14–27, 24–25
Pts: Kevin Durant 41
Rebs: Kevin Durant 14
Asts: Kevin Durant 4
Pts: James Harden 30
Rebs: Aşık, Harden 8 each
Asts: Chandler Parsons 7
Oklahoma City leads series, 3–0
Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Attendance: 18,163
Referees: Joe Crawford, Tony Brown, James Capers
April 29
9:30 pm
Oklahoma City Thunder 103, Houston Rockets 105
Scoring by quarter: 24–29, 36–24, 24–38, 19–14
Pts: Kevin Durant 38
Rebs: Kevin Durant 8
Asts: Kevin Durant 6
Pts: Chandler Parsons 27
Rebs: Ömer Aşık 14
Asts: Chandler Parsons 8
Oklahoma City leads series, 3–1
Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Attendance: 18,081
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Pat Fraher, Bennett Salvatore
May 1
9:30 pm
Houston Rockets 107, Oklahoma City Thunder 100
Scoring by quarter: 30–26, 20–17, 37–32, 20–25
Pts: James Harden 31
Rebs: Ömer Aşık 11
Asts: Chandler Parsons 4
Pts: Kevin Durant 36
Rebs: Serge Ibaka 9
Asts: Kevin Durant 7
Oklahoma City leads series, 3–2
Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Attendance: 18,203
Referees: Ken Mauer, Ed Malloy, Bill Spooner
May 3
9:30 pm
Oklahoma City Thunder 103, Houston Rockets 94
Scoring by quarter: 26–29, 32–25, 20–23, 25–17
Pts: Kevin Durant 27
Rebs: Nick Collison 9
Asts: Reggie Jackson 8
Pts: James Harden 26
Rebs: Ömer Aşık 13
Asts: James Harden 7
Oklahoma City wins series, 4–2
Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Attendance: 18,357
Referees: Mike Callahan, Sean Corbin, Tom Washington
Regular-season series

This was the seventh playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Thunder/SuperSonics franchise winning five of the first six meetings. All previous meetings took place while the Thunder franchise were still known as the Seattle SuperSonics. In game 1, Russell Westbrook was injured.

(2) San Antonio Spurs vs. (7) Los Angeles Lakers[edit]

April 21
3:30 pm
Los Angeles Lakers 79, San Antonio Spurs 91
Scoring by quarter: 15–24, 22–21, 20–25, 22–21
Pts: Dwight Howard 20
Rebs: Pau Gasol 16
Asts: Pau Gasol 6
Pts: Parker, Ginóbili 18 each
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 11
Asts: Tony Parker 8
San Antonio leads series, 1–0
AT&T Center, San Antonio
Attendance: 18,581
Referees: Danny Crawford, Marc Davis, Jason Phillips

The Spurs dominated the Lakers in Game 1 and took a 1-0 series lead.

April 24
9:30 pm
Los Angeles Lakers 91, San Antonio Spurs 102
Scoring by quarter: 23–28, 25–28, 20–22, 23–24
Pts: Howard, Blake 16 each
Rebs: Howard, Gasol 9 each
Asts: Steve Nash 6
Pts: Tony Parker 28
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 7
Asts: Parker, Ginóbili 7 each
San Antonio leads series, 2–0
AT&T Center, San Antonio
Attendance: 18,581
Referees: Mike Callahan, David Guthrie, Tom Washington

The Spurs dominated again in Game 2 and took a commanding 2-0 series lead.

April 26
10:30 pm
San Antonio Spurs 120, Los Angeles Lakers 89
Scoring by quarter: 30–18, 25–26, 30–19, 35–26
Pts: Tim Duncan 26
Rebs: Tim Duncan 9
Asts: Tony Parker 7
Pts: Dwight Howard 25
Rebs: Pau Gasol 13
Asts: Pau Gasol 10
San Antonio leads series, 3–0
Staples Center, Los Angeles
Attendance: 18,997
Referees: Ken Mauer, Ed Malloy, Leon Wood

The Spurs throttled the Lakers 120-89 and took a commanding 3-0 series lead. For the Lakers, the 31-point loss represented the largest home playoff loss in franchise history.

April 28
7:00 pm
San Antonio Spurs 103, Los Angeles Lakers 82
Scoring by quarter: 26–20, 26–14, 26–24, 25–24
Pts: Tony Parker 23
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 7
Asts: Ginóbili, Joseph 6 each
Pts: Pau Gasol 16
Rebs: Gasol, Howard 8 each
Asts: Chris Duhon 7
San Antonio wins series, 4–0
Staples Center, Los Angeles
Attendance: 18,997
Referees: Derrick Stafford, Bennie Adams, Rodney Mott

The Spurs completed their sweep of the injury-depleted Lakers, routing them 103-82. Dwight Howard picked up two technical fouls and was ejected in the third quarter. It would end up being his final game in a Lakers jersey.

Regular-season series

This was the 12th playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Lakers winning eight of the first 11 meetings.

(3) Denver Nuggets vs. (6) Golden State Warriors[edit]

April 20
5:30 pm
Golden State Warriors 95, Denver Nuggets 97
Scoring by quarter: 25–28, 23–16, 16–27, 31–26
Pts: Klay Thompson 22
Rebs: Lee, Bogut 14 each
Asts: Jarrett Jack 10
Pts: Andre Miller 28
Rebs: Wilson Chandler 13
Asts: Iguodala, Miller 5 each
Denver leads series, 1–0
Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
Attendance: 19,155
Referees: Mike Callahan, David Guthrie, Tom Washington
April 23
10:30 pm
Golden State Warriors 131, Denver Nuggets 117
Scoring by quarter: 26–28, 35–25, 35–27, 35–37
Pts: Stephen Curry 30
Rebs: Andrew Bogut 8
Asts: Stephen Curry 13
Pts: Brewer, Lawson 19 each
Rebs: Wilson Chandler 6
Asts: Ty Lawson 12
Series tied, 1–1
Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
Attendance: 19,155
Referees: Scott Foster, John Goble, Bill Kennedy
April 26
10:30 pm
Denver Nuggets 108, Golden State Warriors 110
Scoring by quarter: 32–32, 34–22, 18–33, 24–23
Pts: Ty Lawson 35
Rebs: Ty Lawson 10
Asts: Wilson Chandler 9
Pts: Stephen Curry 29
Rebs: Andrew Bogut 9
Asts: Stephen Curry 11
Golden State leads series, 2–1
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Derrick Stafford, Bennie Adams, Rodney Mott
April 28
9:30 pm
Denver Nuggets 101, Golden State Warriors 115
Scoring by quarter: 21–25, 23–31, 28–35, 29–24
Pts: Ty Lawson 26
Rebs: Kenneth Faried 12
Asts: Ty Lawson 6
Pts: Stephen Curry 31
Rebs: Draymond Green 6
Asts: Jarrett Jack 9
Golden State leads series, 3–1
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Ken Mauer, Ed Malloy, Leon Wood
April 30
8:00 pm
Golden State Warriors 100, Denver Nuggets 107
Scoring by quarter: 22–36, 24–30, 23–20, 31–21
Pts: Harrison Barnes 23
Rebs: Harrison Barnes 9
Asts: Stephen Curry 8
Pts: Andre Iguodala 25
Rebs: Andre Iguodala 12
Asts: Ty Lawson 10
Golden State leads series, 3–2
Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
Attendance: 19,155
Referees: Ron Garretson, Tony Brothers, Eric Lewis
May 2
10:30 pm
Denver Nuggets 88, Golden State Warriors 92
Scoring by quarter: 25–21, 17–19, 20–33, 26–19
Pts: Andre Iguodala 24
Rebs: Kenneth Faried 11
Asts: Iguodala, Lawson 6 each
Pts: Stephen Curry 22
Rebs: Andrew Bogut 21
Asts: Stephen Curry 8
Golden State wins series, 4–2
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Danny Crawford, Marc Davis, Michael Smith
Regular-season series

This was the first playoff meeting between the Nuggets and the Warriors.[15]

(4) Los Angeles Clippers vs. (5) Memphis Grizzlies[edit]

April 20
10:30 pm
Memphis Grizzlies 91, Los Angeles Clippers 112
Scoring by quarter: 21–29, 30–28, 18–18, 22–37
Pts: Jerryd Bayless 19
Rebs: Ed Davis 6
Asts: Marc Gasol 7
Pts: Chris Paul 23
Rebs: DeAndre Jordan 8
Asts: Chris Paul 7
Los Angeles Clippers lead series, 1–0
Staples Center, Los Angeles
Attendance: 19,373
Referees: Scott Foster, John Goble, Bill Kennedy
April 22
10:30 pm
Memphis Grizzlies 91, Los Angeles Clippers 93
Scoring by quarter: 26–26, 18–24, 27–25, 20–18
Pts: Mike Conley 28
Rebs: Tony Allen 10
Asts: Mike Conley 9
Pts: Chris Paul 24
Rebs: Blake Griffin 8
Asts: Chris Paul 9
Los Angeles Clippers lead series, 2–0
Staples Center, Los Angeles
Attendance: 19,276
Referees: Mike Callahan, David Guthrie, Tom Washington
April 25
9:30 pm
Los Angeles Clippers 82, Memphis Grizzlies 94
Scoring by quarter: 20–23, 19–24, 23–23, 20–24
Pts: Blake Griffin 16
Rebs: DeAndre Jordan 8
Asts: Chris Paul 4
Pts: Zach Randolph 27
Rebs: Zach Randolph 11
Asts: Mike Conley 10
Los Angeles Clippers lead series, 2–1
FedExForum, Memphis, Tennessee
Attendance: 18,119
Referees: Ron Garretson, Tony Brothers, Eric Lewis
April 27
4:30 pm
Los Angeles Clippers 83, Memphis Grizzlies 104
Scoring by quarter: 25–33, 22–13, 20–25, 16–33
Pts: Griffin, Paul 19 each
Rebs: Blake Griffin 10
Asts: Chris Paul 6
Pts: Gasol, Randolph 24 each
Rebs: Marc Gasol 13
Asts: Mike Conley 13
Series tied, 2–2
FedExForum, Memphis, Tennessee
Attendance: 18,119
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Pat Fraher, Bennett Salvatore
April 30
10:30 pm
Memphis Grizzlies 103, Los Angeles Clippers 93
Scoring by quarter: 26–28, 28–20, 19–17, 30–28
Pts: Zach Randolph 25
Rebs: Zach Randolph 11
Asts: Mike Conley 6
Pts: Chris Paul 35
Rebs: Matt Barnes 9
Asts: Blake Griffin 5
Memphis leads series, 3–2
Staples Center, Los Angeles
Attendance: 19,384
Referees: Danny Crawford, Marc Davis, Jason Phillips
May 3
9:30 pm
Los Angeles Clippers 105, Memphis Grizzlies 118
Scoring by quarter: 26–29, 27–29, 26–34, 26–26
Pts: Matt Barnes 30
Rebs: Matt Barnes 10
Asts: Chris Paul 8
Pts: Randolph, Conley 23 each
Rebs: Allen, Gasol 7 each
Asts: Mike Conley 7
Memphis wins series, 4–2
FedExForum, Memphis, Tennessee
Attendance: 18,119
Referees: Joe Crawford, Rodney Mott, Derrick Stafford
Regular-season series

This was the second playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Clippers winning the first meeting.

Conference Semifinals[edit]

(1) Oklahoma City Thunder vs. (5) Memphis Grizzlies[edit]

May 5
1:00 pm
Memphis Grizzlies 91, Oklahoma City Thunder 93
Scoring by quarter: 16–14, 30–33, 27–17, 18–29
Pts: Marc Gasol 20
Rebs: Zach Randolph 10
Asts: three players 3 each
Pts: Kevin Durant 35
Rebs: Kevin Durant 15
Asts: Kevin Durant 6
Oklahoma City leads series, 1–0
Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Attendance: 18,203
Referees: Scott Foster, John Goble, Bill Kennedy
May 7
9:30 pm
Memphis Grizzlies 99, Oklahoma City Thunder 93
Scoring by quarter: 23–21, 31–30, 15–23, 30–19
Pts: Mike Conley 26
Rebs: Mike Conley 10
Asts: Mike Conley 9
Pts: Kevin Durant 36
Rebs: Kevin Durant 11
Asts: Kevin Durant 9
Series tied, 1–1
Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Attendance: 18,203
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Ron Garretson, Gary Zielinski
May 11
5:00 pm
Oklahoma City Thunder 81, Memphis Grizzlies 87
Scoring by quarter: 18–22, 27–22, 15–22, 21–21
Pts: Kevin Durant 25
Rebs: Kevin Durant 11
Asts: Kevin Durant 5
Pts: Marc Gasol 20
Rebs: Zach Randolph 10
Asts: Mike Conley 6
Memphis leads series, 2–1
FedExForum, Memphis, Tennessee
Attendance: 18,119
Referees: Ken Mauer, Ed Malloy, Tom Washington
May 13
9:30 pm
Oklahoma City Thunder 97, Memphis Grizzlies 103 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 29–18, 27–30, 20–28, 18–18, Overtime: 3–9
Pts: Kevin Durant 27
Rebs: Serge Ibaka 14
Asts: Reggie Jackson 8
Pts: Mike Conley 24
Rebs: Zach Randolph 12
Asts: Conley, Prince 5 each
Memphis leads series, 3–1
FedExForum, Memphis, Tennessee
Attendance: 18,119
Referees: Joe Crawford, James Capers, Bennett Salvatore
May 15
9:30 pm
Memphis Grizzlies 88, Oklahoma City Thunder 84
Scoring by quarter: 18–23, 32–15, 14–24, 24–22
Pts: Zach Randolph 28
Rebs: Zach Randolph 14
Asts: Mike Conley 11
Pts: Kevin Durant 21
Rebs: Reggie Jackson 9
Asts: Kevin Durant 6
Memphis wins series, 4–1
Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Attendance: 18,203
Referees: Danny Crawford, Marc Davis, Jason Phillips
Regular-season series

This was the second playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Thunder winning the first meeting.

(2) San Antonio Spurs vs. (6) Golden State Warriors[edit]

May 6
9:30 pm
Golden State Warriors 127, San Antonio Spurs 129 (2OT)
Scoring by quarter: 28–25, 25–24, 39–31, 14–26Overtime: 9–9, 12–14
Pts: Stephen Curry 44
Rebs: Andrew Bogut 15
Asts: Stephen Curry 11
Pts: Tony Parker 28
Rebs: Tim Duncan 11
Asts: Manu Ginóbili 11
San Antonio leads series, 1–0
AT&T Center, San Antonio
Attendance: 18,581
Referees: Mike Callahan, Tony Brothers, Zach Zarba

Golden State led by 16 with 4 minutes to go, when they miss 8 of their last 9 shots, while San Antonio caught fire. The Spurs would come back without Tim Duncan, who had been bothered by a stomach virus and had to be in the locker room for the final 4:31 of regulation. San Antonio finally tied the game on a Danny Green 3-pointer with 20 seconds left. Stephen Curry (who scored 22 points in the 3rd quarter) would have a shot to win the game at the buzzer, but he misses his tightly contested 15-footer so the game heads to OT. Manu Ginobili would have a shot to potentially win the game at the end of the 1st OT but it was off the mark therefore the game goes to a 2nd OT. In the 2nd OT, with the Spurs leading by 3, Ginobili takes an ill-advised 3 with still 12 seconds left on the shot clock and 48 left on the game clock. Curry would score to cut the deficit to 1-point with 32 seconds left. The Spurs would drain the shot clock before Tony Parker missed a contested lay-up, which led to a Warriors fast-break, which was finished off with a reverse lay-up from Kent Bazemore with 3.9 left to give Golden State a sudden 1-point lead. However, Ginobili would make up for his previous misses by hitting the game-winning 3 with 1.2 left to take Game 1.[18]

May 8
9:30 pm
Golden State Warriors 100, San Antonio Spurs 91
Scoring by quarter: 28–23, 34–20, 21–29, 17–19
Pts: Klay Thompson 34
Rebs: Klay Thompson 14
Asts: Draymond Green 5
Pts: Tim Duncan 23
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 12
Asts: Manu Ginóbili 4
Series tied, 1–1
AT&T Center, San Antonio
Attendance: 18,581
Referees: Danny Crawford, James Capers, Jason Phillips
May 10
10:30 pm
San Antonio Spurs 102, Golden State Warriors 92
Scoring by quarter: 32–23, 25–25, 22–21, 23–23
Pts: Tony Parker 32
Rebs: Tim Duncan 10
Asts: Tony Parker 5
Pts: Klay Thompson 17
Rebs: Andrew Bogut 12
Asts: Stephen Curry 8
San Antonio leads series, 2–1
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Rodney Mott, Bill Spooner
May 12
3:30 pm
San Antonio Spurs 87, Golden State Warriors 97 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 26–19, 19–18, 17–23, 22–24Overtime: 3–13
Pts: Manu Ginóbili 21
Rebs: Tim Duncan 15
Asts: four players 3 each
Pts: Harrison Barnes 26
Rebs: Andrew Bogut 18
Asts: three players 4 each
Series tied, 2–2
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Scott Foster, John Goble, Bill Kennedy
May 14
9:30 pm
Golden State Warriors 91, San Antonio Spurs 109
Scoring by quarter: 28–37, 23–17, 21–29, 19–26
Pts: Harrison Barnes 25
Rebs: Harrison Barnes 7
Asts: Stephen Curry 8
Pts: Tony Parker 25
Rebs: Tim Duncan 11
Asts: Tony Parker 10
San Antonio leads series, 3–2
AT&T Center, San Antonio
Attendance: 18,581
Referees: Ken Mauer, Ed Malloy, Tom Washington
May 16
10:30 pm
San Antonio Spurs 94, Golden State Warriors 82
Scoring by quarter: 21–19, 26–21, 19–19, 28–23
Pts: Tim Duncan 19
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 10
Asts: Manu Ginóbili 11
Pts: Stephen Curry 22
Rebs: Ezeli, Bogut 7 each
Asts: Stephen Curry 6
San Antonio wins series, 4–2
Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Attendance: 19,596
Referees: Joe Crawford, Sean Corbin, Derrick Stafford
Regular-season series

This was the second playoff meeting between these two teams, with the Warriors winning the first meeting.

Conference Finals: (2) San Antonio Spurs vs. (5) Memphis Grizzlies[edit]

May 19
3:30 pm
Memphis Grizzlies 83, San Antonio Spurs 105
Scoring by quarter: 14–31, 23–20, 20–22, 26–32
Pts: Quincy Pondexter 17
Rebs: Randolph, Gasol 7 each
Asts: Mike Conley 8
Pts: Tony Parker 20
Rebs: Tim Duncan 10
Asts: Tony Parker 9
San Antonio leads series, 1–0
AT&T Center, San Antonio
Attendance: 18,581
Referees: Danny Crawford, James Capers, Marc Davis
May 21
9:00 pm
Memphis Grizzlies 89, San Antonio Spurs 93 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 13–15, 18–31, 33–30, 21–9, Overtime: 4–8
Pts: Bayless, Conley 18 each
Rebs: Zach Randolph 18
Asts: Conley, Gasol 4 each
Pts: Tim Duncan 17
Rebs: Duncan, Leonard 9 each
Asts: Tony Parker 18
San Antonio leads series, 2–0
AT&T Center, San Antonio
Attendance: 18,581
Referees: Scott Foster, Bill Kennedy, Bill Spooner
May 25
9:00 pm
San Antonio Spurs 104, Memphis Grizzlies 93 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 13–29, 27–15, 24–21, 22–21, Overtime: 18–7
Pts: Tony Parker 26
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 11
Asts: Duncan, Parker, Ginóbili 5 each
Pts: Mike Conley 20
Rebs: Zach Randolph 15
Asts: Marc Gasol 5
San Antonio leads series, 3–0
FedExForum, Memphis, Tennessee
Attendance: 18,119
Referees: Joe Crawford, Ron Garretson, Derrick Stafford
May 27
9:00 pm
San Antonio Spurs 93, Memphis Grizzlies 86
Scoring by quarter: 24–14, 20–24, 28–28, 21–20
Pts: Tony Parker 37
Rebs: Tim Duncan 8
Asts: Ginóbili, Parker 6 each
Pts: Quincy Pondexter 22
Rebs: Allen, Randolph 8 each
Asts: Mike Conley 7
San Antonio wins series, 4–0
FedExForum, Memphis, Tennessee
Attendance: 18,119
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Tony Brothers, Zach Zarba

This was the first sweep of any NBA conference finals series since 2003, when the New Jersey Nets swept the Detroit Pistons.

Regular-season series

This was the third playoff meeting between these two teams, with each team winning one series apiece.

NBA Finals: (E1) Miami Heat vs. (W2) San Antonio Spurs[edit]

June 6
9:00 pm
San Antonio Spurs 92, Miami Heat 88
Scoring by quarter: 23–24, 26–28, 20–20, 23–16
Pts: Tony Parker 21
Rebs: Tim Duncan 14
Asts: Tony Parker 6
Pts: LeBron James 18
Rebs: LeBron James 18
Asts: LeBron James 10
San Antonio leads series, 1–0
American Airlines Arena, Miami
Attendance: 19,775
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Tony Brothers, Jason Phillips
June 9
8:00 pm
San Antonio Spurs 84, Miami Heat 103
Scoring by quarter: 22–22, 23–28, 20–25, 19–28
Pts: Danny Green 17
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 14
Asts: Tony Parker 5
Pts: Mario Chalmers 19
Rebs: Chris Bosh 10
Asts: LeBron James 7
Series tied, 1–1
American Airlines Arena, Miami
Attendance: 19,900
Referees: Joe Crawford, Ed Malloy, Ken Mauer
June 11
9:00 pm
Miami Heat 77, San Antonio Spurs 113
Scoring by quarter: 20–24, 24–26, 19–28, 14–35
Pts: Dwyane Wade 16
Rebs: LeBron James 11
Asts: James, Wade 5 each
Pts: Danny Green 27
Rebs: Tim Duncan 14
Asts: Tony Parker 8
San Antonio leads series, 2–1
AT&T Center, San Antonio
Attendance: 18,581
Referees: Danny Crawford, James Capers, Marc Davis
June 13
9:00 pm
Miami Heat 109, San Antonio Spurs 93
Scoring by quarter: 29–26, 20–23, 32–27, 28–17
Pts: LeBron James 33
Rebs: Chris Bosh 13
Asts: Mario Chalmers 9
Pts: Tim Duncan 20
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 7
Asts: Tony Parker 9
Series tied, 2–2
AT&T Center, San Antonio
Attendance: 18,581
Referees: Scott Foster, Mike Callahan, Bill Kennedy
June 16
8:00 pm
Miami Heat 104, San Antonio Spurs 114
Scoring by quarter: 19–32, 33–29, 23–26, 29–27
Pts: James, Wade, 25 each
Rebs: James, Bosh, 6 each
Asts: Dwyane Wade 10
Pts: Tony Parker 26
Rebs: Tim Duncan 12
Asts: Manu Ginóbili 10
San Antonio leads series, 3–2
AT&T Center, San Antonio
Attendance: 18,581
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Tony Brothers, Ed Malloy
June 18
9:00 pm
San Antonio Spurs 100, Miami Heat 103 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 25–27, 25–17, 25–21, 20–30Overtime: 5–8
Pts: Tim Duncan 30
Rebs: Tim Duncan 17
Asts: Tony Parker 8
Pts: LeBron James 32
Rebs: Chris Bosh 11
Asts: LeBron James 11
Series tied, 3–3
American Airlines Arena, Miami
Attendance: 19,900
Referees: Joe Crawford, Mike Callahan, Ken Mauer
June 20
9:00 pm
San Antonio Spurs 88, Miami Heat 95
Scoring by quarter: 16–18, 28–28, 27–26, 17–23
Pts: Tim Duncan 24
Rebs: Kawhi Leonard 16
Asts: Manu Ginóbili 5
Pts: LeBron James 37
Rebs: LeBron James 12
Asts: Allen, James 4 each
Miami wins NBA Finals, 4–3
American Airlines Arena, Miami
Attendance: 19,900
Referees: Danny Crawford, Scott Foster, Monty McCutchen
Regular-season series

This was the first playoff meeting between the Heat and the Spurs.[21]

Statistical leaders[edit]

Category High Average
Player Team Total Player Team Avg. Games played
Points Stephen Curry
Kevin Durant
Golden State Warriors
Oklahoma City Thunder
44 (2OT)
41
Kevin Durant Oklahoma City Thunder 30.8 11
Rebounds Andrew Bogut Golden State Warriors 21 Kevin Garnett Boston Celtics 13.7 6
Assists Tony Parker
Stephen Curry
Mike Conley
San Antonio Spurs
Golden State Warriors
Memphis Grizzlies
18 (OT)
13
13
Deron Williams Brooklyn Nets 8.4 7
Steals Dwyane Wade Miami Heat 6 Monta Ellis Milwaukee Bucks 2.5 4
Blocks Brook Lopez Brooklyn Nets 7 Brook Lopez
Serge Ibaka
Brooklyn Nets
Oklahoma City Thunder
3 7
11

NBA Records[edit]

The following records were set or tied during the playoffs:

  • Overtime in Postseason: The Heat's 103-100 overtime win vs. San Antonio on June 18, 2013 improved their all-time postseason overtime record to 8-1 (.889). Their .889 postseason winning percentage is the best among teams with at least three overtime games played and the second-highest among all teams.[22]
  • Double-Digit wins in Postseason: The Heat's 16-point, 109-93, win in Game Four of the NBA Finals on June 13, 2013 was Miami's 12th double-figure win in the 2013 postseason. The 12 double-digit wins are the most by any team during a single postseason in NBA history. (Spurs tied this record in the 2014 NBA playoffs and all 12 of those victories would also be by 15+ points) The previous record was 11, held by five different teams, each winning the NBA Championship that postseason.[22]
  • Highest Field Goal Made Percentage, post season: Chris Andersen shot 80.7 percent (46-of-57) from the field in the 2013 postseason. He has become the first player in NBA postseason history to take at least 35 shots and shoot better than 75 percent from the field.[22]
  • Consecutive Finals games over 30 points: LeBron James scored 32 points in Game Six of the NBA Finals on June 18, 2013 and then made 37 points in Game Seven on June 20, 2013. According to Elias Sports Bureau, he became the first player in NBA history to score consecutive 30-point games to help rally his team from a 3-2 series deficit to win an NBA title.[22]
  • Game 7 over 30 Points: LeBron James finished the 2013 postseason by recording his fourth-straight 20-point Game Seven by scoring 37 points vs. the Spurs in the NBA Finals. He had previously scored 32 points vs. the Pacers on June 3, 2013, 31 points vs. the Celtics on June 9, 2012 and 45 points vs. the Celtics on May 18, 2008. The Elias Sports Bureau reports he has tied the record of the only other player to score at least 30 points in four consecutive Game 7's, Elgin Baylor (33 on 3/26/60, 39 on 4/1/61, 41 on 4/18/62, 35 on 4/11/63 & 33 on 4/15/66).[22]
  • Highest scoring average in game sevens: LeBron James is averaging 34.4 points in Game 7's of the postseason during his career, currently the best average in NBA history.[22]
  • Most 3 point FG in Postseason: Ray Allen owns the record for most 3 point field goals in the postseason – 385.[citation needed]
  • Most 4 point plays in a Finals game, 2: On June 16, 2013, Ray Allen converted two free throws after making three point field goals, one at the 5:08 mark in the 2nd quarter, and the other with 8:37 left in the 4th quarter. There had previously been only 12 four point plays in the NBA Finals history.[22]
  • Team Leader in Points, Rebounds, and Assists: LeBron James' 18 points, 18 rebounds and 10 assists vs. San Antonio on June 6, 2013 was the 28th time he has led his team outright (no ties) in each of those categories during the playoffs, the most in NBA postseason history. In addition, he has been the outright game-high leader (no ties) in each of those categories eight times, also the most in NBA postseason history. His eight such games are more than the combined total of the next three players to achieve the feat.[22]
  • 25-10-8: LeBron James' 32 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists vs. SA on June 18, 2013 marked his 15th postseason 25-point, 10-rebound, eight-assist game, the most in NBA postseason history. According to Elias, second on this list is Oscar Robertson with 10 such games.[22]
  • Most Three Pointers In A Final Series: On June 16, 2013, Danny Green converted 25 three pointers through 5 games of the 2013 NBA Finals, breaking Ray Allen's record of 22 three pointers that he had set in the 2008 Finals against the Los Angeles Lakers. He extended the record to 27 three pointers, converting two three pointers (one per game) on June 18 and June 20. However, the Heat won the series 4-3.

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