Saturday night's NBA playoffs action included a thrilling overtime battle between the Grizzlies and Spurs. That game was followed up by the Golden State Warriors staging a double-digit comeback to defeat the Portland Trail Blazers on the road. The end result was a 119-113 victory which has put "Dub Nation" just one win away from advancing to the next round. Here's a look at how Golden State was able to grab this latest victory away from home to put themselves in the position to sweep the series.

Warriors vs. Blazers recap

The home team's fans were rocking as their team came out hot.

Portland was able to hold a 67-54 advantage at the half thanks to big shots from Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum. However, Warriors' fans knew that a 13-point lead was nothing, and that ended up being the case.

Golden State came out in the third and outscored the home team 33-21 to make it a one-point game. More scoring was to come in the final quarter, a 32-25 Warriors' advantage to take the victory. Stephen Curry finished with 34 points, while his "Splash Brothers" teammate Klay Thompson had 24 points.

Curry also dished out eight assists to his fellow Warriors. Andre Iguodola and Javal McGee came off the bench to combine for 30 points and 11 rebounds, while superstar Kevin Durant sat out the game due to his left calf strain.

Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was also missing due to illness, but assistant coach Mike Brown took over his duties for the night.

For Portland, Lillard and McCollum combined for an impressive 63 points but it wasn't enough. McCollum led all Trail Blazers with 32, while Lillard added 31. The duo also knocked down a combined 10 three-point shots.

Other contributors included Evan Turner with 17 points and Al-Farouq Aminu off the bench with 14.

When's the next meeting?

The Portland Trail Blazers will get another chance at home to solve the Golden State Warriors. That next game is scheduled for Monday, April 24th at 10:30 p.m. Eastern Time. TNT will handle the live telecast of the game for United States viewers.

There's already a point spread up for the game, with oddsmakers giving the Golden State Warriors 6.5-points in their favor to win. The over/under points total is set at 219 for the game. If a Game 5 is necessary, the two teams will meet for that battle in Golden State on Wednesday night, with a time and TV channel to be determined.

However, one has to think the Warriors can now smell blood and will probably put away the No. 8 seed the next chance they get in Portland.