NBA Playoffs Roundtable: Best Impressions and Biggest Disappointments

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In today’s NBA Playoffs Roundtable, Vytis Lasaitis and David Walker sat down to discuss some of the most impressive and disappointing things about the NBA Playoffs so far.

Apr 26, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) celebrates after the Warriors defeated the Denver Nuggets 110-108 in game three of the first round of the 2013 NBA playoffs at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

Which has been the most entertaining series so far, and why?

Vytis Lasaitis: Warriors – Nuggets, hands down. You rarely see as competitive of a first-round series as this one, and each game has been unique in itself. Two of the games went down to the wire and were decided by just 2 points, while game 2 was an offensive onslaught by both teams, with the end score being 131-117.

David Walker: Warriors Nuggets. The series is everything you could have hoped it would be and it’s the best bet to go seven. Both teams are playing fast, small, and shooting a ton of jumpers. Stephen Curry has been nothing short of extraordinary and him setting his feet for a three pointer remains the most terrifying thing in basketball if you are a fan of the opposing team. Hopefully Denver can win game 4 and really make a series out of this because I’m down for as many more games of this as possible.

Most impressive player…?

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