With the NBA Playoffs heating up in full force, NBA fans are gradually coming back as the world’s premier talent is on display. Many are wondering, who will shine brightest and who will experience a Playoff to forget? While most of the teams have only played four of their sixteen games it’s more than enough to see who’s going to be the heroes and will rise to the challenge of claiming that elusive championship and all the glory that comes with it.One star of the Playoffs so far is the Greek freak himself Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks. The 27-year-old put together a string of stellar performances against the Chicago Bulls averaging 27.5 points across the four playoff games which meant the absence of Khris Middleton has been relatively unmissed helping solidify his superstar status as one of the sport’s most exciting stars to watch and key to his team’s progress.Can Milwaukee Bucks, Phoenix Suns still make it back to the NBA Finals? | NBA News | Sky SportsThe Dallas Mavericks Playoff chances looked to be hindered by the unfortunate absence of Luka Doncic however the superstar form of Jalen Brunson has proven otherwise. The New Jersey native has averaged 32 points across his playoff run whilst only having an astonishing three turnovers. These talismanic performances have helped keep the Mavericks in the hunt against Utah Jazz making him one of our stars to watch.Talking of talismanic performances, very few match up to that billing more than Jimmy Butler of the Miami Heat. The 32-year-old has led his team to a 3-1 lead over the Atlanta Hawks. Currently, he’s leading the series with 30 points a night while his defensive work has been equally important, ranking in at 99.7 percent.With many of our favorite players shining bright this season, Jayson Tatum of the Boston Celtics is outshining them all. The 24-year-old St. Louis native has really taken this year’s playoffs by the scuff of its neck, keeping superstar Kevin Durant in his back pocket. Tatum continues to put up blistering attacking numbers averaging 29.7 points a night and elevating his teammates by providing eight assists, giving his team a 3-0 lead over the Brooklyn Nets.All-Star player Kevin Durant continues to put on a cringeworthy performance. The two-time NBA champion has struggled against the highly impressive Celtic defense averaging more turnovers (5.7 percent) than at any point during his previous Playoff runs. With a long way to go in this year’s Playoffs and finals, there’s plenty of time for more stars to emerge and we’re all tuned in!