Thunder notebook: 3-point defense one of several problem areas
Before Monday's game at Utah, the Thunder had allowed opponents to shoot a league-high 43.4 percent from behind the 3-point line. Sunday's 11-for-20 shooting performance by San Antonio was as bad as it has gotten for Oklahoma City.
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Thunder coach Scott Brooks said the problems stem from allowing dribble penetration, which ultimately leads to open shooters on the perimeter.
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