Christian Clark of NewsOK.com: “The sequence represented one of the NBA’s quirks: the dead-ball denial, which, like the way players high five between free throws no matter if it’s a make or miss, has
Anthony Slater: “The vaunted fourth quarter started with Anthony Morrow, pried from a rotational deep freeze, improving late in the shot clock to get two free throws off the rarest of successful post-ups. A bit
The ball bounced OKC’s way tonight.
Buck Harvey of the Express-News: “But the Spurs not only saw discipline in Donovan’s teams at the University of Florida, they also saw how he achieved that. Donovan did so with intellect and people
Erik Horne on and-1: “In a league of hundreds of players screaming the phrase, all signs point back to Waiters. He’s still confused as to how he became the King of the And One.
Anthony Slater: “Serge Ibaka timed his jump well, rose right through the forest of outrageously long Milwaukee Buck arms and secured a crucial offensive rebound that kept the Thunder in possession, up eight, with