That was a great come­back, but...

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IT some WASN’Tof the largest­the best. come­back­sHere are in NBA play­off his­tory: 1989 West­ern Con­fer­ence Semi­fi­nals Game 4 (29) L.A. Lak­ers 97, Seat­tle 95

James Wor­thy scored 12 of his 33 points in the fourth quar­ter as the Lak­ers over­came a 29point first-half deficit to sweep their West­ern Con­fer­ence semi­fi­nal se­ries, four games to none. 2012 First Round Game 1 (27) L.A. Clip­pers 99, Mem­phis 98

Chris Paul hit a pair of free throws with 23.7 sec­onds left, and Los Angeles ral­lied from 27 down to beat Mem­phis. Nick Young scored 19 points off the bench, in­clud­ing three 3-point­ers in the midst of the Clip­pers’ 26-1 run in the fourth quar­ter. The Clip­pers, trail­ing 85-64 af­ter three quar­ters, matched the big­gest fourth quar­ter play­off come­back in NBA Play­offs his­tory.

2002 East­ern Con­fer­ence Fi­nals Game 3 (26) Bos­ton 94, New Jer­sey 90

Bos­ton over­came a 21-point New Jer­sey lead to start the fourth, outscor­ing the Nets 4116 in the fi­nal pe­riod. Paul Pierce scored 19 points in the fi­nal pe­riod that led the big­gest fourth quar­ter play­off come­back in NBA Play­offs his­tory. The Nets largest lead was 26 in the game.

NBA great James Wor­thy

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