Doing work! The San Antonio Spurs are ready to go back to work against the Oklahoma City Thunder during game 2 of the NBA Western Conference Semifinals at The AT&T Center in Texas. Watch all the playoff action online here on May 2nd, 2016 at 9:30pm EST!
Did you see game one of this best of seven series between the San Antonio Spurs and the Oklahoma City Thunder? It was incredible. The Spurs completely blew out the Thunder 124-92. They won by how many points? Too much math to figure that one out. The Thunder will be looking to bounce back and tie-up this series on May 2nd in Texas. Catch all the game 2 action of this NBA playoff series online here!
The Western Conference semifinals are under way and the Spurs are doing what they do best, playing solid, disciplined basketball. The Spurs have the home court advantage in this series and if they blow out the Thunder in game 2, it may be impossible for Oklahoma to come back from such demoralizing losses. The Thunder must put up a solid effort if they are to get back into this series.
Not only was the final score a complete mess in game 1, but the score at the half was ridiculous too. The Thunder were down by over 30 points before the third quarter began. Oklahoma City’s star player Kevin Durant, 27, may need to find a new job if he can’t do better than his 16 points on 6-15 from the floor during game 1. Yikes, not what you would expect from the all-star.
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Kevin and the rest of the Thunder must have a better showing after their dismal game one. On top of getting their stars more involved in scoring, the Thunder must find an answer to San Antonio’s big shooters. LaMarcus Aldridge, 30, was lights-out in game one earning 38 points in 30 minutes. Oklahoma must shut the big guy down or risk another embarrassing loss.
What do you think HollywoodLifers? Do the Thunder have a shot at clawing back into this series? Will you be rooting for the Spurs to gallop through the playoffs or do you think Oklahoma still has a shot at a win? Let us know which is your favorite NBA team!