So, I think the second unit might be just fine.
OK, that’s probably way too early of a judgment, but considering the way the Thunder, and more importantly the second unit, performed sans Eric Maynor for the first time definitely should make Thunder fans feel a tad bit better.
Powered by 53 bench points, Oklahoma City used a 37-21 third quarter to run the Spurs out of The Peake 108-96 and become the first team to sweep its back-to-back-to-back. Three nights, three wins.
Scott Brooks though wasn’t about to get too excited about handling the Spurs. He was happy to win, but wanted to keep it in perspective.
“You have to put things in proper perspective. Ginobili is a big part of their team and he didn’t play,” Brooks said. “A few other guys only played a few minutes and this was their fourth game in five nights.” Keep Reading…