The Thunder ran away from the Memphis Grizzlies 120-109 in Game 7 of their first-round series. Here’s what the Twitter universe thought:
— Chris Vernon (@ChrisVernonShow) May 3, 2014
— Jonathan Pettus (@onejp) May 3, 2014
— The Sports Animal (@sportsanimal) May 3, 2014
Roy Hibbert has 13 points in this game. He had 24 in the series coming into this game. If Durant does same ratio, he’ll score 95 tonight.
— Zach Harper (@talkhoops) May 3, 2014
I've been wrong all series, but I can't see anything but a Thunder blowout in Game 7. What would it take to prevent that from happening?
— Michael Peters (@mgpeters23) May 3, 2014
Prediction: Marc Gasol goes for 40 points/25 rebounds, reveals that he has shrunken Z-Bo and kept him in his ear canal all game.
— Ryan Nanni (@celebrityhottub) May 4, 2014
It's only been two minutes but you could tell that Memphis misses Randolph. OKC dominating the paint early.
— Eli J. Friedman (@Eli_NBAOKC) May 4, 2014
Thunder looking lax on offense. Letting down because the Grizz are shorthanded? Better not. Memphis is still gonna play some D.
— Jenni Carlson (@JenniCarlson_OK) May 4, 2014
The Grizzlies have 30 points in the first quarter with 2:30 remaining, Conley on one leg, and Zach Randolph suspended. This series, man.
— John Martin (@JohnMartinCA) May 4, 2014
Maybe OKC will hire Dave Joerger at halftime.
— Joseph Goodman (@JoeGoodmanJr) May 4, 2014
@HPbasketball Is it ok to be a little turned on by Marc Gasol's game so far? Asking for a friend
— Paul Boehl (@Boehl7) May 4, 2014
— Cliff Brunt (@CliffBruntAP) May 4, 2014
These stretches where Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook completely dominate a game are fun.
— Mike Prada (@MikePradaSBN) May 4, 2014
Now we've got the third foul on Gasol, who is called for an illegal screen. "F— that" Gasol screamed as he walked to the bench.
— Michael Cohen (@Michael_Cohen13) May 4, 2014
Durant 4-of-4 from 3 after missing all six he took in Game 6. Seems to be rounding back into MVP form in time for MVP announcement.
— Michael Peters (@mgpeters23) May 4, 2014
Minutes the past two games: -Steven Adams: 33 and counting -Nick Collison: 7 -Thabo Sefolosha: 0
— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) May 4, 2014
#okcthunder In NBA history, these are the Game 7 triple-double guys: Rondo, Westbrook (2011 vs. Memphis), Pippen, Worthy, Bird, Jerry West.
— Bill Haisten (@billhaisten) May 4, 2014
KD and Russell have morphed into insane basketball-playing space aliens. Or something.
— SotaSooner (@SotaSooner) May 4, 2014
Russell Westbrook is the 2nd player in NBA history to have triple doubles in multiple Game 7s.
— NBA Legion (@MySportsLegion) May 4, 2014
A performance like this is the reward for sticking with Russell Westbrook through the frustrating moments.
— Kevin Pelton (@kpelton) May 4, 2014
— George Schroeder (@GeorgeSchroeder) May 4, 2014