Despite Amare Stoudemire's defense, Chris Bosh has 21 points.
Off and running
Kevin Durant (left) and Russell Westbrook combined for 55 points as the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Dallas Mavericks, 102-99, to take a 2-0 lead in their Western Conference quarterfinal playoff series.
The hard way
Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki tries to shoot against the smothering defense of Thunder forward Serge Ibaka. Nowitzki scored 31 points as Dallas overcame a 16-point deficit, but he missed a potential go-ahead shot in the final minute.
Hold me back
Thunder center Kendrick Perkins is restrained by assistant coach Maurice Cheeks after Perkins and Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki had a confrontation on the court. NBAE/Getty ImagesGarrett Ellwood
Thunder center Nick Collison and Mavericks forward Brandan Wright reach for a loose ball.
Tough to watch
Knicks players, including Jeremy Lin (far left), watch from the bench as New York falls to the Miami Heat, 104-94, in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals. The Heat now have a 2-0 lead in the series.
Cut down to size
Heat forward LeBron James stuffs a shot by Knicks center Amare Stoudemire. Stoudemire later suffered a laceration of his left hand when he reportedly punched a glass casing in the team's locker room after the game.
'Melo shows up
After an awful performance in Game 1, Carmelo Anthony had a big Game 2 for the Knicks with 30 points and nine rebounds. He did miss 14 of his 26 shots, however, and had a single assist. NBAE/Getty ImagesNathaniel S. Butler
Words of advice?
Carmelo Anthony talks with Reverend Jesse Jackson before Game 2. Getty ImagesMike Ehrmann
In your face!
Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire fouls Heat forward Chris Bosh during the first half. Bosh finished with 21 points and four rebounds, while Stoudemire had 18 points and seven boards.
Hit the floor
Heat center Joel Anthony and Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony fight for a loose ball.
Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony loses the ball as Miami's Chris Bosh (left) and Dwyane Wade defend.
Danny Granger of the Pacers tries to escape the trap of Hedo Turkoglu and Glen Davis of the Magic. Indiana pulled away in the third quarter and evened the series with a 93-78 win in Game 2. Getty ImagesGregory Shamus
You have no shot
Orlando's Hedo Turkoglu denies the shot opportunity of Indiana's Danny Granger, who scored 18 points on 7-of-21 shooting. Getty ImagesGregory Shamus
The Indiana Pacemates perform in Game 2 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Getty ImagesGregory Shamus
Do not cross this line
Chris Duhon of the Magic tries to protect the ball from Pacers pest Darren Collison. NBAE/Getty ImagesRon Hoskins