Tonight is a big moment for the Thunder. We all know what is coming.
"Everybody’s writing us off, so we know that..."But we’re going to come out playing with a lot of heart, playing with a lot of fight and we’ll live with the results." - Kevin Durant
I dig this about KD. He is not afraid to face the consequences of not coming through, and that is what gives him his best chance to succeed.
As it turns out, OKC's playing at a league average pace gives them the best chance to beat the Spurs' fast pace.
Serge Ibaka has had a tough series so far, because what the Spurs are really preying upon is his still undeveloped hoops IQ. Ibaka can be a monster when he plays instinctually, but the Spurs are using those instincts against him.
The NBA Draft lottery was held last night, and lo and behold, the New Orleans Hornets walked away with the Anthony Davis sweepstakes. Fishy? Lowe disagrees.
Entertainment at its finest.
Anthony Davis is going to be a great pro, but he's got a thing or two to learn about who his rivalries are going to be.
If you didn't catch it, Rajon Rondo had a game for the ages last night. His team still lost.
As it turns out, maybe not as much as we like to think.