Clearly, it was the jerseys. Undefeated in the new duds.
The basics here: The Thunder beat the now 0-6 Pistons, 105-94. Serge Ibaka set a new career-high with 25 points, KD finally scored 25 and added 13 rebounds with it and Kendrick Perkins tied for the team lead with six assists.
Really though, outside of the Pistons winning, nothing from this game was likely to be all that notable. The Thunder were going to win, probably fairly comfortably. This is one of those games that I’d file in the 40-degree win category. No big lesson, not really memorable at all. It just happened, that’s it.
And while the Thunder moved to 4-2, winning their third straight, I’d say this: They haven’t really played one good game yet this season. At least in terms of everything clicking and their best players performing to the capability. Keep Reading…