Michael Finley is one of the players in Saturday's gallery.
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Pistons' Engine Purrs Like a Kitten

B. Wallace
Ben Wallace, known more for his defense, talked about Detroit's offensive enlightenment that led to the Pistons' 95-85 Game 3 victory over Milwaukee. "Coming into the third quarter, we made simple plays," he said. "We passed the ball and let the other guy make a play -- that's playing basketball." Wallace scored 13 points to go with 21 rebounds.
The Run: Detroit's second-half roll - Play

Nothin' Like Home Cookin'

Camby
Denver entered its first home playoff contest in nine years down a pair to Minnesota, but the eighth-seeded Nuggets feasted on the Timberwolves from start to finish in a 107-86 Game 3 triumph. Marcus Camby played a huge role, grabbing eight of his 16 rebounds on the offensive glass while adding 12 points and five assists.

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VIRTUAL GM TOP EFFICIENCY
Caron Butler, Mia.
VGM value: 11.2
Saturday: The small forward's plus-32 efficiency rating was keyed by 24 points and 15 rebounds, but the Heat fell short in Game 3 at New Orleans.

VIRTUAL GM BEST BUY
Damon Jones, Mil.
VGM value: 8.7
Saturday: The guard totaled 14 points, seven assists, six rebounds and a steal without committing a turnover.

TIME TO TUNE IN
Sunday on ESPN
Pacers at Celtics, 1 p.m. ET
Sunday on ABC
Lakers at Rockets, 3:30 p.m. ET
Sunday on TNT
Nets at Knicks, 7 p.m. ET
Spurs at Grizzlies, 9:30 p.m. ET

SPEAK IT, MAN
"The difference was that we got up here in the altitude and ran. Home court is a good thing. I don't think our guys are nervous anymore."
-- Marcus Camby on the Nuggets' Game 3 victory.