Kendrick Perkins, wide open on the baseline … uh, no. When the Thunder watch the replay, maybe they’ll laugh at how Boris Diaw (33) decided to just stay in the middle of the lane instead of even move in the direction of Perkins. Tim Duncan thought – correctly – it would be a better idea to box out Thabo Sefolosha then bother put a hand in Perk’s face. This is the highest form of disrespect on the basketball court.
If you’re wondering, Kevin Durant scored 36, including a couple late 3-pointers, and the Thunder won again, this time in San Antonio.
Oklahoma City, without Russell Westbrook or Kevin Martin or James Harden, are 33-10 and have the NBA’s 2nd best record. I still have my concerns about this team in the postseason – fatigue for Durant, no reliable 3rd scorer – but I’ll keep those to myself for now.
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