Early Round Classics presents Cleveland vs. Chicago Game #3 from 04/22/2010. Despite a late comeback, the Cavaliers didn't have enough to beat the Bulls on Thursday.
Chicago vs. Cleveland Game #5 from 04/27/2010. LeBron's near triple-double helps top-seeded Cavs eliminate Bulls in Game 5.
Kobe Bryant scores 30 points and dishes out eight assists in game 2 win over the Jazz.
Pau Gosol scores 33 points and pulls down 14 rebounds as the Lakers sweep the Jazz and advance to the Western Conference Finals.
Rajon Rondo scores 11 points and has 12 assists to help the Celtics to a Game 3 win.
The Celtics eliminate the Magic in Game 6 as they advance to the finals.
Kobe Bryant scores 26 points and grabs 11 rebounds as the Lakers take Game 6 in Los Angeles.
Kobe Bryant drops 37, Ron Artest adds 25 points as the Lakers advance to the NBA Finals for the third year straight.
This hour-long special follows six prospects (John Wall, Evan Turner, Gordon Hayward, Jon Scheyer, Derrick Favors and D-Leaguer Latavious Williams) in the months leading up to the NBA Draft to illustrate the hard work and dedication it takes to improve or maintain draft position, while also exploring how teams make their decisions. In addition, the special spotlights brain-typing specialist Jon Niednagel - who works with the Boston Celtics in trying to identify candidates' prospects for success - and takes a full behind-the-scenes look at the Draft Lottery and the Pre-Draft Combine in Chicago. The show concludes with an all-access look at Draft Night- in New York City with the players, and behind-the-scenes in the draft decision rooms of the team with the first overall pick - the Washington Wizards - as well as the New Orleans Hornets.
Paul Pierce became the 37th player in NBA history to score 20,000 points, as the Celtics beat the Bucks.
Rondo's 22 dimes helps the Celtics edge the Spurs in a duel of the league's best records.
Check out the All-Star action from Saturday: Haier Shooting Stars, Foot Locker 3 Point Contest and the Sprite Slam Dunk Contest.
As the year comes to a close, NBA Action takes a look at the best NBA moments from 2010. From Kobe Bryant's clutch plays, to the emergence of Kevin Durant and the Thunder; a multitude of scoring milestones courtesy of Dirk Nowitzki, Tim Duncan, Paul Pierce and Bryant; an all-access pass to the playoffs and Finals resulting in a Lakers repeat; the high-points of the new season and a countdown of the top ten plays of the year.
Chris Paul's superb all-around play gave the Lakers fits as the Hornets stole home-court advantage with a Game 1 win.
Despite a 4-for-18 shooting night, Derrick Rose makes a clutch layup and finishes with 23 points to help the Bulls survive another close contest with the Pacers.
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