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FAN VOTE: The grades from Thunder-Grizzlies Game 2

by Erik Horne Published: April 24, 2014
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Predictably, the Game 2 grades from Thunder-Grizzlies weren’t as good following a 111-105 loss by OKC.

The most interesting poll result was the change in series outcome from the end of Game 1 to the end of Game 2. Following Game 1, 57.3 percent of voters thought that the Thunder would win the series in five games. But after Game 2, that number dropped to just 10.7 percent, with the most votes shifting to the Thunder winning in seven (28.9 percent).

Here are the results from the Fan Poll. Be sure to vote again on newsok.com/sports following the conclusion of Game 3.

Grade the Thunder offense
1. C, 36.1 percent
2. D, 25.6 percent
3. B, 20.1 percent
4. F, 9.9 percent
5. A, 8.1 percent

Grade the Thunder defense
1. C, 32.3 percent
2. D, 27.7 percent
3. F, 18. 7 percent
4. B, 17.4 percent
5. A, 3.9 percent

Grade the Thunder bench
1. D, 32.5 percent
2. F, 29.8 percent
3. C, 21.9 percent
4. B, 12.6 percent
5. A, 3.3 percent

Grade the Thunder first half
1. D, 37.9 percent
2. C, 33.1 percent
3. F, 15.9 percent
4. B, 10.3 percent
5. A, 2.8 percent

Who was the MVP of Game 2
1. Mike Conley, 42.2 percent
2. Beno Udrih, 18.4 percent
3. Kevin Durant, 14.9 percent
4. Other, 14 percent
5. Serge Ibaka, 6.8 percent
6. Russell Westbrook, 3.4 percent

What will the outcome of the series be?
1. Thunder in 7, 28.9 percent
2. Thunder in 6, 27 percent
3. Grizzlies in 6, 22 percent
4. Thunder in 5, 10.7 percent
5. Grizzlies in 7, 7.6 percent
6. Grizzlies in 5, 3.8 percent

by Erik Horne
Online Sports Editor
Erik Horne joined The Oklahoman as a sports web editor/producer in September 2013, following a five-year stint at The Ardmoreite (Ardmore) – first as a sports writer, then sports editor. At The Ardmoreite, Horne reported on everything from prep...
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