Chris Bosh hasn't played since Game 1 against the Pacers on May 13.
Clippers Chris Paul and Blake Griffin take care of business with an 82-72 victory in Game 7 at Memphis on Sunday. Paul finished with 19 points and nine rebounds, while Griffin, who played just 1:39 of the fourth quarter, added eight points and four boards in the win. NBAE/Getty ImagesJoe Murphy
Los Angeles' Eric Bledsoe attempts a reverse layup against Memphis' Marreese Speights during Game 7 at FedExForum. Bledsoe finished with eight points and the Clippers bench outscored the Grizzlies reserves 41-11 in the win. NBAE/Getty ImagesJoe Murphy
Memphis center Marc Gasol drives against LA forward Blake Griffin in the first half of Game 7 on Sunday. Gasol outscored Griffin 19-8, but the Grizzlies' season ended with the 10-point loss.
Off the mark
Memphis' OJ Mayo shoots over LA's Kenyon Martin during Game 7. Mayo struggled with a 1-for-11 performance from the field and finished with four points and seven rebounds. Meanwhile, Martin led the Clippers bench with 11 points — seven in the fourth quarter — and a team-high 10 rebounds. NBAE/Getty ImagesJoe Murphy
Memphis coach Lionel Hollins directs his Grizzlies against the Clippers in the opening half on Sunday. With the loss, Hollins fell to 0-2 in Game 7s.
Battle of the boards
Los Angeles' Reggie Evans and Memphis' Zach Randolph battle for a rebound during the decisive game of their first-round series. With the win, Evans and the Clippers earn a Western semifinal matchup with the top-seeded San Antonio Spurs. NBAE/Getty ImagesJoe Murphy
Rise and fire
Memphis guard Tony Allen is about to take shot during the opening half. Allen scored seven points in the loss as the fourth-seeded Grizzlies were upset by the No. 5 seed Clippers.
Back for more
Clippers guard Chris Paul waits to inbound the ball against the Grizzlies in Game 7. "I felt like we should have won earlier (in the series)," Paul said. "But it doesn't matter. As long as you win." Getty ImagesKevin C. Cox
Los Angeles forward Blake Griffin drives against Memphis forward Zach Randolph in Game 7. The Clippers won their third postseason series in 41 years and their second since relocating to LA.
Battle of the boards
Los Angeles' Reggie Evans and Memphis' Zach Randolph attempt to come down with the rebound during Game 7. Randolph finished with 12 boards and nine points, while Evans tallied nine rebounds and zero points. NBAE/Getty ImagesJoe Murphy
Stats don't lie
Memphis' Mike Conley beats Los Angeles' Mo Williams up the floor, but that's not the case in the final outcome on Sunday. Conley's 2-for-13 performance from the field was indicative of the Grizzlies' afternoon. Memphis only made 25-of-77 shots (32.5 percent) for its worst showing of the series.
Meeting of the minds
The Clippers huddle during Game 7 of the Western Conference quarterfinals against the Grizzlies at FedExForum. LA outscored Memphis 27-16 in the fourth quarter to advance to the Western semifinals. NBAE/Getty ImagesJoe Murphy
Miami's Dwyane Wade drives to the basket against Indiana during Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals at AmericanAirlines Arena on Sunday. Wade scored 29 points in the Heat's 95-86 victory.
MVP! MVP! MVP!
LeBron James addresses the crowd before Game 1 after receiving the 2011-12 NBA Most Valuable Player award. James would score a game-high 32 points, along with a game-high 15 rebounds, in Miami's 95-86 Game 1 victory. NBAE/Getty ImagesNathaniel S. Butler
Pacers shooting guard Leandro Barbosa drives to the basket against Heat shooting guard Mike Miller (right) and center Joel Anthony during the second half of Game 1. Barbosa finished with nine points in the loss. Game 2 is Tuesday night, also in Miami.
Miami forward Chris Bosh drives past Indiana guard Paul George (left) and forward David West during the first half of Game 1. Despite not having Bosh in the second half because of an injury, the Heat outscored the Pacers 25-16 in the final quarter to capture the W.
Miami forward Shane Battier tries to avoid stepping out of bounds while chasing a loose ball during the second half in Game 1. Battier played 24 minutes off the bench, but only had three rebounds and zero points.
Heat guard Dwyane Wade rallies the crowd at the start of the opening game of the Eastern Conference semifinals. Wade and LeBron James would combine for 22 of Miami's 25 fourth-quarter points in the win.
Miami power forward Chris Bosh warms up before the Eastern Conference semifinal opener on Sunday. Bosh would score 13 points in the Heat's win, but he left in the first half with a lower abdominal injury and didn't return.