Oklahoma City Thunder gets a statement victory
SAN ANTONIO — Every win count the same in the standings. But some are statement wins.
The Thunder's 101-98 win over the Spurs Saturday night in front of a sellout AT&T Center crowd sent a message a young team many are labeling a team-on-the-rise squad is learning how to close out wins, even on the road against elite competition.
“This is a really good road win for us, coming in to their home floor, where they've won championships,” said Kevin Durant. “Coming into this game a lot of people might have said Oklahoma...
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