SAN ANTONIO — Sometime around the middle of the second quarter, I went ahead and set the over/under on seconds it took Billy Donovan to say “it’s only one game” in his postgame interview. I went with 15.
I was wrong.
Donovan never said it. Consider it implied. The Spurs, though, said it a lot.
Donovan did say the Spurs played “really, really well,” which I think is accurate. Very good analysis, imo. It started with a 43-20 first quarter where the Spurs shot 18-22, and snowballed from there. The Thunder literally were never in the game. Even when it was 2-0, it was the Spurs scoring on their first possession on an effortless Kawhi Leonard uncontested driving dunk. Keep Reading…