The ball found Anthony Morrow on a tipped out rebound, and he stepped into a wide open 3, nailing the kind of dagger we’ve seen Kevin Durant hit so many times to lock down Thunder wins.
There was 3:41 left, and Morrow’s 3 put the Thunder up 95-75 over the Jazz, essentially sealing a desperately needed win to snap a six-game losing streak. Scott Brooks felt it, letting out a wry grin, looking up towards Loud City, as he exhaled for probably the first time in three weeks.
“It was a good game for us,” Brooks said. “It was good to get a win. It was good to get off of three wins. The last time we were on three wins was many years ago.”
(Yeah, that got way worse. As in 3-29 worse.) Keep Reading…