The Denver Nuggets kept their playoff hopes alive, holding off Golden State 107-100. The series now stands three games to two, still in favor of the Warriors. Stephen Curry was held to just 15 points, and was only 1-7 in three pointers, which was the key to the win for Denver. Andre Iguadola had 25 points and 12 rebounds, and Ty Lawson had 19 points and 10 assists. Another ex-Tarheel, Harrison Barnes had 23 points for the Warriors. Game six will be Thursday night at Golden State. Meanwhile Memphis took the advantage in their series with the LA Clippers, breaking through on the road 103-93, giving them a three games to two lead. Zach Randolph had 25 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Grizzlies. That series will resume Friday at Memphis.
The Wednesday schedule includes: Boston at New York 7:00 PM (Knicks lead series 3-1) Atlanta at Indiana (Series tied 2-2) Game at 8:00 PM Houston at Oklahoma City 9:30 PM (Oklahoma City leads 3-1)