Did I mention last night’s win was impressive? Because it totally was. And it’s put the Thunder in a position to finish this off in four, something they’ve never done before. Considering the stress of the first two games and the magnitude of the opponent, that would be quite the achievement.
Question is, does this thing return to Oklahoma City? Actually, that question and two more.
1. Were Games 1 and 2 a more accurate representation of the separation between the Thunder and Mavs, or Game 3?
Royce Young, Daily Thunder: Allow me to hedge on my own question. I think it’s something in between. Including two preseason games, the Thunder are now 8-1 against Dallas this season. That’s hard to ignore. Some of the games have been painfully close, and some have been excruciatingly close. But for the most part, the Thunder have been the clear superior team. They have more talent while the Mavs live on extremely thin margin. If Dirk isn’t all-world and Jason Terry doesn’t make everything, the Mavs can’t find points to keep pace with the Thunder. Keep Reading…