I can’t. I just can not even.
The Thunder lost to the Raptors, 100-88. And guess what: They may have lost another player.
In the third quarter Perry Jones went down clutching his right knee after contact to Patrick Patterson’s knee. He limped his way straight to the locker room, and there the Thunder were, without their top scorer, and left with seven available bodies. The team is calling it a right knee contusion which would suggest he’s day to day, but at this point, who even knows. Hope for the best, expect the worst, and all that stuff.
Actually, the Thunder ended up finishing the game with six players as Sebastian Telfair was ejected for what the officials deemed to be a punch at Tyler Hansbrough. Why not make it six, you know? Keep Reading…