Well, then. I don’t know I’d say that was unexpected, because most everyone had a pretty good feeling the Thunder are a lot better than the Mavs.
But to be up 59-33 at halftime. And then 93-51 after three quarters? It was so bad that when the Mavs opened the fourth with the first five points, it felt pretty significant. They had cut the lead to 37.
So, yeah, this wasn’t really something to be anticipated.
It was pretty obvious in the first three minutes what was happening. The Thunder started with a 9-0 run, and with playoff intensity back in the building, they flew all over the floor, playing the kind of defense everyone had been desperately wanting to see all season. Maybe they were saving something. Or maybe it’s only one game.
Let’s just get to these here notes. Keep Reading…