Two games into the Western Conference Finals, the San Antonio Spurs were sitting pretty.
Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobli and Tony Parker were outstanding as they pushed the Spurs into a 2-0 series lead, extending a winning streak to 20 games.
Since then it has all been downhill. The Spurs are now on a three game losing streak, and are 3-2 down in the series.
The Thunder have played some seriously good basketball, with Kevin Durant proving why is is viewed as the top star in the west.
James Harden's three pointer two nights ago condemned San Antonio to go 3-2 down, becoming the first team in the play-off finals to lose on home court.
In a best-of-seven series, Thunder can wrap it up tonight at home. If they don't they might just regret it, as the Spurs hold home advantage if it goes to a final decider.
To suggest the Spurs have blown the lead though is perhaps a little unfair of us, the Thunder have won it back by digging deep and deservedly taking the wins.
Miami Heat on the other hand face serious questions of their own, and it would be fair to say they blew their 2-0 lead. LeBron hit 30 points, nine in the fourth quarter. They lost 94-90 and are now 3-2 down.
The Boston Celtics have shown why they are a more complete team, with Pierce, Garnett and Allen all stepping up to help Rondo out after the point guard hit 44 points in an early game but they still lost.
Now they are in prime position to take the East, and go on to contest the NBA Championship.
Watch Harden's three pointer to seal the game for the Thunder against the Spurs
So will it be Thunder v Celtics in the finals?