What We've Learned About NBA's Top Superstars in Playoffs

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What We've Learned About NBA's Top Superstars in Playoffs
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The stars have come out in the 2013 NBA playoffs, though not necessarily to play.

Some (Kobe Bryant, Russell Westbrook) have been sidelined by injuries, others (LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Tony Parker) by quick work in the first round. Some (Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, Chris Paul, James Harden) have stepped up their respective games, while others (Blake Griffin, Carmelo Anthony at times) have...well, not.

With half the field dispatched, it's become clearer than ever that superstars still rule the postseason and will continue to do so right up until one team lifts the Larry O'Brien Trophy in June.

That being said, let's take a moment to reflect on what else we've learned about the NBA's best and brightest since pro basketball's Big Dance began.

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