Players to Watch in 2012 NBA Playoffs

With the NBA playoffs heating up, several players are showing the world they want to help their teams win a championship.

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Tony Parker may not be the youngest player on the court, but his focus and passion make the Spurs a difficult team to play against.
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Chris Paul may have been hesitant to go to the Clippers initially, but he's quickly found a home there.
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Philadelphia 76ers guard Louis Williams led the team in scoring during the regular season in spite of coming off the bench.
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Kevin Durant and the Thunder have taken down the Mavs and have the ability to advance to the finals.
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Sure, Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Paul Piece get most of the attention on the Boston Celtics, but Rajon Rondo may be the best passer in the league.
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His attitude aside, Los Angeles Lakers center Andrew Bynum can be one of the most dominating centers in the league. His presence in the post game is crucial to the Lakers offensive gameplan.
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James Harden's contributions off the Thunder bench are not to be dismissed.
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Oklahoma City Thunder forward Serge Ibaka, leads the NBA in blocks this postseason.
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