Wednesday, May 21, 2008

The San Antonio Spurs and L.A. Lakers traded major runs, all within the span of a single period of their NBA playoff game tonight. According to this article:

The Spurs outscored the Lakers 14-2 to start the third quarter for a 65-45 lead, drawing groans from the crowd of 18,997 at Staples Center, where the Lakers haven't lost since March 28.

Suddenly, the Lakers came together, scoring 14 straight points in a span of 3:05 to draw within six. [Kobe] Bryant had seven points and two assists during the run.

The Lakers ultimately prevailed, 89-85. The article also includes a chart of big playoff comebacks of the past decade.

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