Serge Ibaka battles LaMarcus Aldridge in Game 2. (Photo by Bryan Terry)
Serge Ibaka battles LaMarcus Aldridge in Game 2. (Photo by Bryan Terry)

LaMarcus Aldridge in historic company through two games

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Aldridge through two games is averaging 39.5 points and shooting 75 percent from the field.

 TNT analyst Chris Webber [AP file photo]

TNT analyst Chris Webber [AP file photo]

TNT announcer Chris Webber has no regrets for over-the-top commentary: 'I know I was correct'

Sports | Published: Wed, May 4, 2016 | Comment on this article Leave a comment

TNT analyst Chris Webber, 43, who played 18 seasons in the NBA, has been criticized for his over-the-top reaction to a non-call after Thunder guard Dion Waiters pushed Spurs guard Manu Ginóbili on an inbounds play in the closing seconds of Game 2 of the Thunder-Spurs series Monday night. In a phone call Tuesday afternoon, he discussed the late play and the playoff series.

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Berry Tramel

Thunder journal: LaMarcus Aldridge in historic...

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Aldridge through two games is averaging 39.5 points and shooting 75 percent from the field.

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How Steven Adams' 'The Cable Guy' act saved the...

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Do yourself a favor — go back and watch the Thunder big man from the start of the sequence until the end.

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