Thursday, May 04, 2017

NBA Playoffs: Wizards Blast Celtics In Contentious Game Three, Cut Boston's Series Advantage To 2-1; Warriors Hold Off Jazz To Stretch Series Lead To 2-0

The NBA Playoffs continued on Thursday with two more games.


At Washington:

John Wall scored 24 points and dighed out eight assists as the Washington Wizards, in a contest that saw eight technical fouls and three ejections, demolished the visiting Boston Celtics 116-89 in game three of their conference semifinal series, which the Celtics still lead two games to one.


At Oakland, California:

Kevin Durant scored 25 points, grabbed 11 rebounds, and dished out seven assists as the Golden State Warriors held off the visiting Utah Jazz 115-104 in the second game of their conference semifinal series and stretched their series lead to two games to one.

Stephen Curry added 23 points and Draymond Green 21 to the Warriors' coffers.

Gordon Hayward paced the Jazz with 33 points.

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