NBA Goes Awol: Wednesday Recap

In a possible Finals preview, the Heat lose at Lob City 107-100. The Clippers locked down when they needed to with Jamal Crawford pouring in 22 off the bench & Blake Griffin powering a double-double.

Memphis makes the trip to OKC where 25 points off the pine shoots them past the Thunder 107-97, forcing 15 turnovers in the process.

The dynamic backcourt of Brandon Jennings & Monta Ellis makes Milwaukee proud. The scrappy Bucks handle the rival Pacers 99-85.

In overtime, Chicago wins the first of a 5-game road trip in Phoenix 112-106. The Bulls front-line of Joakim Noah & Carlos Boozer bulldozed the Suns for 49 points & 26 rebounds.

Paul Pierce is money from the charity stripe as Boston slides by a Utah team that struggles on the road, 98-93.

Black Hawk Down in the Golden State, Warriors get a boost from rookie Harrison Barnes: 19 points, 13 rebounds & a 92-88 victory over Atlanta.

76ers show brotherly love to the visiting Pistons. Big man Greg Monroe was huge: 19 points, 18 boards & 6 assists push Detroit to their first win of the season in convincing fashion, 94-76.

On the contrary, Wizards on the road & the Mavericks keep them out of the win column 107-101. Dallas crashed the offensive glass & hit 26 free throws.

Charlotte cools off the Timberwolves on their home court 89-87. Thanks to Kemba Walker drilling the game-winner with just .7 on the clock, finishing with 22.