Josh Smith #5 of the Atlanta Hawks grabs a rebound against Primoz Brezec #9 of the Milwaukee Bucks in Game Two of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals during the 2010 NBA Playoffs on April 20, 2010 at Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.
Lakers guard Kobe Bryant points to his teammate after making a basket against the Thunder during the second half of Game 2. The Lakers won 95-92.
Watch and learn
Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant watches while sitting on the bench during the first half.
Way to go, buddy
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant and forward Pau Gasol talk during a timeout.
Thunder forward Jeff Green is called for a foul as Lakers guard Kobe Bryant shoots in the second half.
Leaving something behind
Jeff Green of the Thunder has his shot blocked by Shannon Brown of the Lakers.
Going after it
Kevin Durant, center, is pressured by Lakers' Ron Artest, left, and Andrew Bynum during the first half.
Lakers forward Ron Artest retrieves a loose ball.
Worth a shot
Pau Gasol of the Lakers shoots against Jeff Green.
Meeting of stars
Kevin Durant controls the ball against Kobe Bryant.
Splitting the difference
Steve Nash of the Suns drives for a shot between Marcus Camby (21) and Andre Miller.
Attacking the basket
Leandro Barbosa of the Suns drives for a shot against Martell Webster.
Andre Miller of the Trail Blazers puts up a difficult shot.
Give that man a hand
Jason Richardson of the Phoenix Suns celebrates with fans after hitting a 3-pointer.
Sun of a gun
Steve Nash of the Suns drives for a shot against Marcus Camby and Andre Miller.
Pomp and ceremony
The National Anthem is sung as the Phoenix Suns host the Portland Trail Blazers in Game 2.
Glen Davis and Ray Allen of the Boston Celtics celebrate their 106-77 win over the Miami Heat.
Look of defeat
Players for the Miami Heat look on glumly in the fourth quarter of their loss to the Celtics.
Can you feel that?!
Paul Pierce throws a celebratory punch as the Celtics pull ahead of the Heat by more than 30 points in the third quarter on Tuesday.
You can NOT be serious!
Celtics coach Doc Rivers argues a call with referee Marc Davis during the first quarter of the Celtics' Game 2 win over the Heat.
Watch out, that hand's on fire!
Ray Allen slaps hands with a fan after shooting yet another three-pointer against the Heat during their blowout victory over the Heat in Game 2.
You call that a foul?
Glen Davis of the Celtics gets hammered by Udonis Haslem and Michael Beasley of the Heat during Game 2 in Boston.
Get your groove on
The Boston Celtic dancers perform during Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.
Chick continues to live on
Marge Hearn, widow of legendary Lakers broadcaster Chick Hearn, touches a statue of Chick at the unveiling ceremonies before Game 2 of their Western Conference series on Tuesday at Staples Center.
Not looking good
The Bucks look on from the bench in the final minute of their 96-86 Game 2 loss to the Atlanta Hawks at Philips Arena.
All wrapped up
Luke Ridnour of the Bucks fouls Atlanta's Joe Johnson as he makes his way to the hole in Tuesday's Game 2.
Too close to call
A field goal, a block or goaltending? All are possible as Milwaukee's Carlos Delfino shoots against Al Horford on Tuesday.
The arms of Miami's Jermaine O'Neal and Michael Beasley challenge Glen Davis' path to the basket.
A step behind
Miami's Dwyane Wade drives the baseline past Boston's Ray Allen.
Consider a pass
The Heat's Michael Beasley has Celtics forward Glen Davis covered, wouldn't ya think?
Then he levitates off the scoreboard ...
The shot that launches a thousand screensavers: Miami's Dwyane Wade plays peekaboo with the backboard cameras before their playoff game with the Celtics on Tuesday.
Milwaukee's Jerry Stackhouse dives to save the ball from going out of bounds as Atlanta's Maurice Evans, Al Horford and Jamal Crawford close in.
Atlanta's Al Horford disputes a call with referee Derrick Collins during their playoff game against the Bucks on Tuesday.
Atlanta's Maurice Evans reaches for a steal against Milwaukee's Jerry Stackhouse during their playoff game Tuesday.
Not quite a finger roll
Carlos Delfino of the Bucks drives to the basket against the Hawks' Al Horford during their playoff game Tuesday.
Length, geometry and altitude favor the Hawks' Josh Smith as he blocks a shot by the Bucks' Carlos Delfino during their playoff game Tuesday.