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NBA Finals Game 4 quoteboard: Russell Westbrook — 'I'm just trying to stay in attack mode'

Here is what coaches and players said after Game 4 of the NBA Finals at American Airlines Arena in Miami.
by Ryan Sharp Published: June 20, 2012

Here is what coaches and players said after Game 4 of the NBA Finals at American Airlines Arena in Miami.

Thunder forward Kevin Durant:

“We're going to keep fighting. It's frustrating to lose like that. It's just frustrating but we're going to keep fighting, man. That's how it's been since I got here.”

Thunder guard Russell Westbrook:

“I'm just trying to stay in attack mode. Shots were falling but it really doesn't mean nothing. We didn't come out with the win.”

Heat guard Mario Chalmers:

“I knew with KD on me, I was going to have a lot of open looks. That's the main thing about it tonight. ... Yeah, I took that (being guarded by Durant) as a little sign of disrespect. For me, I worked too hard to be in the position I'm in now. Even though my offense wasn't clicking the first three games of the series, I wanted to step up for my team and I was able to do that.”

Heat forward Chris Bosh:

“We kept telling Rio (Mario Chalmers), he was about overdue for a great game. Just to be able to have those guys to lean on for support when it's time, it's huge.”

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by Ryan Sharp
Senior Assistant Sports Editor
Ryan Sharp is a lifelong Oklahoman but was born in Texas, something he doesn't share too often with his OU- and OSU-loyal friends. Ryan spent a good chunk of his early childhood in southeast Oklahoma, before moving to Shawnee, where he...
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