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No Shot Is Safe Against Russell Westbrook and the Thunder
Last night, the Thunder marched into San Antonio and straight took a game from the Spurs. You have to have a certain attitude to win on the road in the playoffs, especially in the later rounds, and Oklahoma City brought that in Game 5. You could see a shift in the team’s intensity, mainly on the defensive side of the ball. And this Russell Westbrook play pretty much sums up that shift.
No taking plays off defensively. Kevin Garnett, for example, has made a living blocking players’ shots when they don’t count – no one ever questions KG’s effort or intensity. And while KG usually does that under basket, this is the same idea. The Thunder were on a mission last night, and came out on top with a 3-2 series lead heading back to OKC, where they can wrap things up on Wednesday.
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