The Houston Rockets levelled their NBA playoff series against the San Antonio Spurs, while the Cleveland Cavaliers swept the Toronto Raptors.
James Harden had a double-double of 28 points and 12 assists in the Rockets' 125-104 game four win on Sunday.
It saw Houston tie the Western Conference semi-final series at 2-2 ahead of Tuesday's game five in San Antonio.
James Harden had himself a night:-- NBA (@NBA) May 8, 2017
28 PTS, 12 ASTS, 5 REBS, 2 STLS pic.twitter.com/dD44vnuNWt
Eric Gordon had 22 points off the bench for the Rockets, who outscored the Spurs 68-51 in the second half.
Spurs star Kawhi Leonard finished with 16 points after going seven-of-14 from the field.
The Cavs waltzed into the Eastern Conference Finals, completing a sweep of the Raptors with a 109-102 win in Toronto.
Cleveland have not lost a game in the first two rounds of the two most recent postseasons, becoming the first team in NBA history to start 8-0 in back-to-back playoffs.
LeBron James continued his fine form with 35 points, nine rebounds and six assists, while Kyrie Irving had 27 points.
Kyrie is a bad, bad man. pic.twitter.com/yr2IYoxC00
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The Cavs' next opponents will be either the Boston Celtics or Washington Wizards, with their series level at 2-2.
The Wizards went on a 26-0 run on their way to a 121-102 win in game four.
Bradley Beal (29 points) and John Wall (27 points and 12 assists) saw the Wizards to their win.