“It was fine as I was sitting here at halftime. I tried to run out of the tunnel and couldn't really run. When I did, it would go crazy. We're supposed to just see what happens tomorrow (Thursday), how it feels tomorrow. As long as stuff stops spasming, I'm good. I don't know how any of this stuff works.”
Thunder point guards had a rough go against the Rockets' small lineup.
Russell Westbrook picked up two fouls midway through the first quarter, then backup Reggie Jackson quickly picked up two of his own in less than four minutes on the court.
Instead of going deeper into the bench or risking Westbrook, Brooks kept Jackson on the floor. He responded with two 3-pointers in the last 1:23 of the period.
Alternating sections of blue and white T-shirts were left at each seat in Game 2 at The Peake. … Seated side-by-side were former Oklahoma running back Joe Washington, OU football coach Barry Switzer and former Oklahoma State basketball coaches Eddie Sutton and Sean Sutton. “I keep good company,” Switzer tweeted. … The Thunder and Rockets combined for 70 3-point attempts Wednesday with 35 attempts each. That's 10 more than any other playoff series so far.
Houston coach Kevin McHale, who refused to reveal his starting lineup during his pre-game interview session: “You never know. I don't think I'm under any obligation to tell you guys the truth, am I? I very seldom do to begin with.”