This Tony Parker buzzer-beater is in Sunday's photo gallery.
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Parker's halfcourt heave: 56k | 300k

X-Factor: Big Men Buoy Baron

Brown
Baron Davis didn't have to spearhead the offense Sunday because P.J. Brown, George Lynch and Jamaal Magloire outscored Miami's starting big men 46-29 as New Orleans won 89-83 to force Game 7. "I definitely was looking to score a little bit more," said Brown, who averaged just 7.2 points in the first five games. "They're going to come at Baron, double-team him any chance they get, because they can't afford to let him have a 30-point explosion."
Magloire with the hammer dunk: Play

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VIRTUAL GM TOP EFFICIENCY
Tim Duncan, S.A.
VGM value: 26.1
Sunday: Despite his 4-for-11 effort from the line, Duncan had a plus-30 efficiency rating in an 88-78 win over the Lakers. He scored 30 points (13-18 FG) and grabbed 11 rebounds.

VIRTUAL GM BEST BUY
George Lynch, N.O.
VGM value: 6.9
Sunday: The veteran forward, averaging 6.6 points in the first five games of the Hornets-Heat series, tallied 16 in New Orleans' Game 6 win.

TIME TO TUNE IN
Monday on TNT
Nets at Pistons, 8 p.m. ET