Let us take a look at the Top 6 players who have been the most influential for their teams' run to the Conference Finals.
The Phoenix Suns will have a chance to sweep Denver Nuggets on Sunday night, when these two teams meet for Game 4.
Chris Paul added 17 points, Devin Booker had 18 points and 10 rebounds as Phoenix routed the Denver Nuggets 123-98 on Wednesday.
The 41st pick in the 2014 draft, Nikola Jokic became the lowest draft pick in NBA history to win the Most Valuable Player award.
The Brooklyn Nets won Game 1 without James Harden, and the Milwaukee Bucks are in need of a response after a disappointing display.
Let’s look further to see if Atlanta can take advantage of Joel Embiid’s absence or if 76ers supporting cast can step in his absence.
The Bucks with their own trio of Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jrue Holiday and Khris Middleton, might be the best-equipped team to defend the Nets.
Kawhi Leonard and Paul George combined for 49 points, 19 rebounds and six assists while shooting 17-for-31 from the field.
Norman Powell led the charge for the Blazers on the offensive end with a game-high 29 points in Portland's 115-95 victory.
Kawhi Leonard carved Dallas up, scoring 36 points while Luka Doncic led Dallas with 44 points, his career play-off high.