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OKC Thunder: What they're saying about Game 5

Here is a look at what folks were saying during Game 5 of the Thunder/Clippers series.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: May 13, 2014

Here is a look at what folks were saying during Game 5 of the Thunder/Clippers series:

ESPN’s Bill Simmons (via Twitter): “Bennett Salvatore, Tom Washington and Tony Brothers reffing a genuinely important NBA playoff game — what could possibly go wrong?”

TNT analyst Steve Kerr: “Isn’t it amazing, Blake Griffin in his home state getting booed every time he walks on the floor. Can you imagine if he ever got traded here? He’d be the most popular guy on the team.”

The Oklahoman’s Jenni Carlson (via Twitter): “The LA guy who plays for OKC is dueling the OKC guy who plays for LA. Go figure.”

Former OU standout Gerald McCoy after J.J. Reddick hit a three to end the first half (via Twitter): “Worst thing NBA could have done is let J.J. Reddick learn how to shoot from NBA range. He is gonna continue to light the league up. SHEESH!!”

L.A. Times columnist Bill Plaschke during fourth quarter (via Twitter): “It’s pretty clear that OKC has no idea what it’s doing offensively down the stretch..the MVP a is there for Clips.’s John Schuhmann (via Twitter): “Due to budgetary restraints, Thunderstruck 2 had to be filmed in the middle of a playoff game.”

Kerr with 11.3 seconds remaining in the game: “And then, all hell breaks loose.”

Former Thunder player Eric Maynor (via Twitter): “Wow.”

Former Oklahoma State quarterback Clint Chelf (via Twitter): “I’m not sure what makes less sense, losing last game or wining this one?! What did I just watch…”


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