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NBA Finals: What they're saying about Game 4

Here is a look at what analysts, celebrities and media types were saying on Twitter during Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
by Ryan Sharp Published: June 20, 2012

Here is a look at what analysts, celebrities and media types were saying on Twitter during Game 4 of the NBA Finals:

* Former Oklahoma State and Oklahoma City Thunder player Desmond Mason: “I told (Kevin Durant) he needs 10 free throws tonight at least!”

* PGA star, and former OSU golfer, Hunter Mahan: “Nick Collison in the house!!”

* SI.com writer Chris Mannix: “Russell Westbrook will stop shooting when Russell Westbrook decides to stop shooting.”

* OU defensive back Tony Jefferson: “Thunder's Rollin.. Playin' lights out.. Good stuff.. But it's still Collison > Perkins.”

* ESPN NBA writer Brian Windhorst: “Norris Cole shot 27 percent on 3s in regular season and has not made one in playoffs. He's made 2 to lead a Heat comeback.”

* NBA writer Art Garcia: “Ok, (Chris) Bosh. We get it. You're intense.”

* Fox Sports writer Jennifer Floyd Engel: “Not sure who is hurting OKC more: The Beard, or the refs failing to recognize Durant as a super star.'

* ESPN football analyst Desmond Howard: “This game outta control! the refs are letting them get away with a lot of contact down low. It's like a football game in the paint.”

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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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