I don’t know if you want to call it a switch, or a button, or a lever, but the Thunder have something that they can kick on, particularly at home.
Five times this season the Thunder have trailed in Oklahoma City heading into the fourth quarter. And five times the Thunder have come back to win.
Down to the Timberwolves anywhere between three and nine points for virtually the entire game, the Thunder flipped it to start the fourth quarter, going on an 8-0 run in the first two minutes to take their first lead of the night, then expanded it to as much as 11 as they clicked the over to cruise control, coming in with a soft landing, 113-103.
Kevin Durant is his own shift key, igniting the fire with a 3, then Jeremy Lamb hit the go-ahead shot, a wing 3-pointer set up by Durant. And Reggie Jackson wrapped the burst up with a transition jumper to put OKC up three, and they never looked back. Keep Reading…