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‘Purple Shirt Man’ jaws with Dwyane Wade

The fan kept talking and Wade kept draining clutch shots.


Austin Rivers: 21 points, 11 stitches

The Clippers PG, who was thrust into a starting role, had a huge night despite getting elbowed and bloodied early in the game on this play. But it wasn't enough as Portland took the series.


Josh Richardson bites the basketball

Jeff Van Gundy was understandably flabbergasted.


DeAndre Jordan dunks over Plumlee

The Clippers big man put Mason Plumlee on a poster a few times this series, including early in Game 6.


Black cat roams the ice pregame

Fortunately for the Sharks, this didn't prove to be an ominous sign as they skated past the Predators 5-2 on their home ice.


Heat, Hornets go for back-to-back blocks

Miami's Josh Richardson got it started and Charlotte's Cody Zeller joined the fun with yet another monster block on consecutive plays.


Crawford misses potential game-tying shot

With the Clippers down two, Jamal Crawford drives the lane and his shot doesn't fall. Los Angeles' season comes to an end, losing the series to the Blazers 4-2.


Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The Blazers beat the Clippers, 106-103, and advance to the Western Conference Semifinals. Paul Allen and Steve Ballmer shake hands on the baseline.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Trail Blazers beat Clippers 106-103 to clinch series 4-2. The ViewFromVegas is they did NOT cover as 9.5-point home favorites and the game went over 199 points. Underdogs were 2-1 ATS tonight but favorites still lead 25-16-1 ATS (61 percent) in NBA playoffs. Unders went 2-1 and continue to dominate at 29-13 (69 percent).

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Cole Aldrich checks in for DeAndre Jordan, who looked like he may have hurt his ankle. It's been that kind of series for the Clippers.

Blazers can seven 3's in the third quarter

The Trail Blazers were on fire in the third, and now lead the Clippers in the fourth quarter of Game 6. (Live on ESPN)


Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

"Look man I told you. I'm not talking about Game 5 no more," Stuckey said. "S***'s over. OK? Damn. It's already done. I don't have social media. No, I don't look at people's -- what they f****** post on social media. I'm 30 years old. I'm a grown a** man. I don't listen to that kind of s***. So I'm good. Game 5 is over, we won Game 6. Now we got to focus on Game 7. There you go. Good night."

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Rodney Stuckey was big down the stretch for the Pacers on Friday, scoring six of his eight points in the 4th quarter. He got asked about Game 5 (1/10 from the field), and the reaction to it, one too many times for his liking on Friday night. Also, he's not a fan of social media.