Starting 5: Doc Rivers, New York Rangers and Gortat!

The New York Rangers celebrate after defeating the Pittsburgh Penguins in game seven of the second round of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

1. Reversal of Fortune

The Thunder, who lost in L.A. on Sunday after squandering a 16-point fourth-quarter lead, out score the Clippers 17-3 in the final four minutes (and 8-0 in the final :49) to win Game 5.

2. My Favorite Marcin

Wizard center Marcin Gortat, who is just one stovepipe hat shy of being an Abe Lincoln doppelgänger, scores 31 points and grabs 16 rebounds, both game highs, as Washington humiliates the Pacers (again) in Indy, 102-79.

3. Rangers in the Night

New York overcomes a 3-1 series deficit and wins two of the final three games in Pittsburgh to erase the Penguins in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Ranger goalie Henrik Lundqvist stopped 35 of 36 shots on goal in the 2-1 Game 7 win.

4. "We Got Robbed"

Clipper coach Doc Rivers took issue with a replay call that went against L.A. With 11 seconds remaining. Doc may be right, but if L.A. "got robbed", it left the front door open and its wallet on the kitchen island.

5. Tiger Beat Down

Five LSU pitchers combine to no-hit Northwestern State, as the Tigers also score 27 runs in a rain-shortened six-inning contest. Mother Nature is merciful. Sent from my iPad.