OKC Thunder's Kevin Durant: 'No moral victories' in loss to San Antonio Spurs
Here is a look at what players, coaches, analysts and others were saying about Game 2 between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the San Antonio Spurs:
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TNT analyst Charles Barkley: “I think the Spurs are gonna beat ‘em pretty good tonight, to be honest with you.”
TNT color analyst Steve Kerr: “Dribble. Dribble. Dribble. Got to start moving the ball. There's too much dribbling. You can't beat a good defense by overdribbling.”
Spurs point guard Tony Parker about Tim Duncan's dunk late in the first half: “It's like a vintage Timmy. Serge is going to block shots, but that time, Timmy got the best of him.”
Barkley on Spurs' halftime entertainment, a drummer beating on buckets: “I'm gonna go out on a limb — they're gonna have better entertainment in OKC.”
TNT color analyst Reggie Miller in the third quarter: “This is a surgical clinic by Gregg Popovich and the San Antonio Spurs.”
Miller later in the third quarter: “This is how basketball should be played.”
Thunder coach Scott Brooks during a fourth-quarter timeout: “No wasted seconds by walking. We need every second we can get.”
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich during a fourth-quarter timeout: “Don't let up a second. That's a helluva team. Don't let up a second.”
Kerr: “Seems like the Thunder have turned this into a street fight.”