The 2013 NBA Playoffs rolled on last night with two conference semi-final Game 1’s. In San Antonio, it took two overtimes but the Spurs outlasted the Golden State Warriors, 129-127. Tony Parker had 28 for San Antonio while Stephen Curry scored 44 for the Warriors. Meanwhile in Miami, the Chicago Bulls shocked the Heat, 93-86. Nate Robinson netted 27 in the win while LeBron James scored 24 for Miami.
After last night, it seems NBA fans are in for a treat as all four series’ have a strong potential to go six or seven games. Game 2 for both series’ will take place in San Antonio and Miami respectively. Tonight, the other two conference semi-finals will resume. Here are the latest lines, via Covers.com.
Indiana @ New York
7 p.m. TNT
Pacers lead series 1-0
Knicks by 6, over/under 183
Memphis @ Oklahoma City
9:30 p.m. TNT
Thunder lead series 1-0
Thunder by 2.5, over/under 186
bulls v heat
Chris Bosh and Joakim Noah battle for position in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semi-final series in Miami last night. The Bulls went on to win, 93-86.
Future Hall of Fame and current San Antonio Spur Tim Duncan warms up before Game 1 of the Western Conference Semi-Final series between the Spurs and Golden State Warriors.
Tonight, the New York Knicks host the Indiana Pacers while the Memphis Grizzles visit the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Thunder and Pacers hold 1-0 series leads.