SAN ANTONIO — Danny Green hit back-to-back 3s, and the lead was suddenly three. There was 6:40 left on the clock.
I wrote this lede when it happened. Because to me, whatever happened next was going to be story. Either the Thunder were going to execute on the road in the biggest spot of the season, or they were going to crumble and leave devastated in an 0-2 hole.
What I didn’t expect, is those final 30 seconds.
What happened? I don’t know. Just watch the dumb video. Basically, everyone fouled everyone and in the end, the buzzer sounded with the Thunder winning Game 2 by a point. After Game 1’s embarrassment, it felt like for much of Game 2 just being competitive was enough. But with the opportunity there to take it, the Thunder had to seize it. And they did. Keep Reading…