Home-court advantageA crowd of 18,163 was approximately 1,000 below capacity but was loud when Oklahoma City overcame a 10-point deficit. "You always want to make home a special place to play, a tough place for opponents,” said forward Desmond Mason. "That’s the No. 1 thing (about this win). We need to establish this will be a tough building.”
Back-to-back gamesBoth teams were playing back-to-back games. OKC lost Saturday night in Houston. The T-Wolves lost Saturday night at home to Dallas. "Playing back-to-back, the crowd doesn’t know how major that is for us,” said Thunder guard Earl Watson. "It gives us automatic energy. Back-to- back in the NBA is the hardest thing to come back and play at a high level the second game. You don’t have as much energy. You’re tired.
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