Best Storylines to Follow in NBA Conference Finals

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  • Roy Hibbert, Indiana Pacers, NBA playoffs, Washington Wizards
  • Paul George, Indiana Pacers
  • Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Miami Heat
  • Pacers, LeBron James, Paul George, Lance Stephenson, David West
  • Lance Stephenson, Pacers Heat
  • Tony Parker, San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder
  • Thunder Spurs, Tony Parker, Caron Butler, Reggie Jackson
  • Spurs Thunder, Durant, Westbrook, Kawhi Leonard, Gregg Popovich
  • Manu Ginobili, Reggie Jackson, Spurs Thunder, NBA playoffs
  • Tim Duncan, Ginobili, Parker, Spurs Thunder
  • Paul George, Indiana Pacers, LeBron James, Miami Heat, San Antonio Spurs, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder, NBA playoffs

Dwyane Wade’s Consistency

Plagued by various injuries throughout his 10 years in the NBA, Dwyane Wade is an old 32 with a lot of basketball miles on him. That being said, D. Wade can still turn back the hands of time on any given night — especially during postseason play — and give the opposition that work, as evidenced by the 28 points he dropped to help LeBron James and the Heat eliminate the Brooklyn Nets in the Conference semifinals. If Wade can turn up on the 15 points per game he dropped on the Pacers during last year’s Conference Finals, then perhaps the Heat won’t need a full seven games to get past Indiana this year.  (Photo: Elsa/Getty Images)

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