A 40-foot, last-second desperation shot by Anthony Davis has to be one of the plays the Oklahoma City Thunder will see as pivotal to their season.
An 82-game NBA season has come down to one matchup for the Oklahoma City Thunder with a road game Wednesday at Minnesota. But first, the Thunder had to defeat the playoff-bound Portland Trail Blazers Monday and they did, 101-90,
Oklahoma City had experienced nothing but losses during April until Friday night when the Thunder outlasted the Sacramento Kings, 116-103, with balanced scoring and a much improved defensive effort.
Oklahoma City set a new team record Tuesday night but it wasn’t pretty as the San Antonio Spurs rolled to a 113-88 win over the Thunder. It was OKC’s fourth consecutive loss and dropped the Thunder out of the eighth playoff spot.
A missed long-range jumper as time expired left Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder short of a big-time rally Sunday afternoon at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Some of Oklahoma City’s best defensive players weren’t on the court or in uniform Wednesday night as the Dallas Mavericks snuck past the Thunder in an Old West shootout, 135-131, at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Oklahoma City’s high-scoring offense pushed the pedal to the metal Tuesday night, but the usual defensive toughness was missing in the Thunder’s 127-117 win over the Los Angeles Lakers at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
A high-octane Miami offense averaging more than 100 points the last three games was derailed Sunday as the Oklahoma City Thunder sailed to a 93-75 win over the once-dominant Heat squad at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
It took a total team effort, including a more-than-usual boisterous crowd, for Oklahoma City to rally from a 12-point deficit and defeat the Atlanta Hawks 123-115 Friday night at the Chesapeake Energy Arena.
A 40-point third quarter jump started Oklahoma City Wednesday night and clutch free throw shooting sealed the 122-118 win over the Boston Celtics at Chesapeake Energy Arena.