0 0 0 comments Sports Sports - Thunder Sports: Oklahoma City Recap: Bucks at Thunder The Oklahoma City Thunder lost to the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday. The Oklahoman's Darnell Mayberry, John Rohde, and Anthony Slater provided live coverage. Here's a recap. Oklahoman Modified: April 17, 2013 at 5:18 pm • Published: April 17, 2013 An d I'm not that good at basketball. @DarnellMayberry 7:55 p.m. Perry Jones III just ran into the game with his warm-up shirt on. Smh. Rookie!!! @Tulsa66ers 7:56 p.m. DeAndre Liggins checks in for the @okcthunder. Five players who have spent time with the #66ers seeing minutes in the first half for OKC. @RohdeOK 7:59 p.m. Based on first-half result, #Thunder's makeshift lineup would be the No. 7 seed in the Eastern Conference. Leads No. 8 Bucks 51-45. @okcthunder 8:01 p.m. Halftime in OKC. Reggie Jackson scores 10, Perry Jones grabs 6 rebounds. Jeremy Lamb 6 points, 4 boards. Thunder leads Bucks 51-45. @NewsOKThunder 8:03 p.m. Memphis up 40-38 on Utah at halftime. Jazz eliminated with loss, still have a chance to play the Thunder with a win. @RohdeOK 8:04 p.m. Memphis 40, Utah 38 (halftime). @RohdeOK 8:34 p.m. #Thunder's @Perry_Jones1 already has career highs in minutes (27:34), points (10), rebounds (6) and field goals (5). @RohdeOK 8:37 p.m. Milwaukee Bucks have trail the Tulsa 66ers 70-68 through three quarters. @RohdeOK 8:37 p.m. Milwaukee Bucks trail the Tulsa 66ers 70-68 through three quarters. @okcthunder 8:38 p.m. #Thunder rookies Perry Jones and Jeremy Lamb combine for 18 points and 10 rebounds. OKC leads Milwaukee 70-68 after 3. @RohdeOK 8:42 p.m. If @derekfisher wanted, he could join his Tulsa 66ers teammates and win an NBADL title. That would give him six rings. #onemorethankobe @NewsOKSports 8:45 p.m. Marcus Smart was 'fired up' by some Skip Bayless comments this morning. Details here: bit.ly/114c69S @RohdeOK 8:47 p.m. Because of sitting its top seven players tonight, #OKC will not win this year's scoring title -- unless it scores 40 points in final 8 min. @anthonyVslater 8:50 p.m. End of the third quarter: Memphis has stretched its lead over Utah to 14. Jazz playoff hopes on life support. @RohdeOK 8:52 p.m. Bucks have outscored the 66ers 29-8 over the past 8 1/2 minutes. Now lead 84-74. I predict lineup changes for #Thunder in playoffs. @RohdeOK 9:05 p.m. The Peake went nuts when #Thunder won 50th game four years ago. OKC won 60 this year and the place is half-empty at ending. #dontgetspoiled @RohdeOK 9:07 p.m. #Utah on the verge of elimination, so #Thunder will play tonight's Lakers-Houston loser in opening round. @DarnellMayberry 9:07 p.m. Final score: Bucks 95, Thunder 89. Oklahoma City finishes the season 60-22. @anthonyVslater 9:07 p.m. Thunder record, by year, since arriving in OKC: 23-59 / 50-32 / 55-27 / 47-19 (lockout) / 60-22. Improved win % each season. @okcthunder 9:08 p.m. PJones 14p/9r, JLamb 13p/7r, RJackson 22p. #Thunder drops regular season closer 95-89 to #Bucks, finishing 60-22. thunder.nba.com @DarnellMayberry 9:10 p.m. With the Jazz on the verge of losing at Memphis, the Thunder's first-round opponent will be the loser of the Lakers-Rockets game @RohdeOK 9:10 p.m. Not worried about weather first three quarters. Another sellout. @JMadden44 @OklahomaBuckeye might have something to do with the weather... « Previous Page 0 0 Embed 0 Submit Letter Hide Comments MORE FROM NEWSOK × Trending thunder Article Oklahoma City Thunder: What exactly is going on with Kevin Durant's foot?