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Thunder-Clippers: What they're saying about Game 6

What people had to say about Game 6 between the Thunder and Clippers
Compiled by Jenni Carlson Modified: May 16, 2014 at 12:51 am •  Published: May 15, 2014
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What people had to say about Game 6 between the Thunder and Clippers:

Will Brinson, CBSSports.com writer, on Twitter: “L.A. so screwed up right now Jack’s at a Clippers game.”

Bill Plaschke, Los Angeles Times columnist, on Twitter: “Game’s not even two minutes old, and both Durant and Westbrook have fouls. Get used to it OKC. It’s gonna be make-good night.”

Former Oklahoma State quarterback Clint Chelf on Twitter when the Thunder pulled to within eight in the second quarter: “HEY, GUYS. LOOK! IT’S KEVIN FROM THE BASKETBALL TEAM!!!”

NewsOK.com videographer Damon Fontenot on Twitter at halftime: “It’s silent in here. Anyone have any questions they want me to yell down to Rihanna in her courtside seat?”

Doug Collins, ESPN analyst, at halftime on the Thunder: “I thought they were sloppy early. They weren’t sharp.”

Mike Breen, ESPN play-by-play man, during the fourth quarter: “Where would OKC be without Steven Adams tonight?”

Jeff Van Gundy, ESPN color analyst, on Russell Westbrook not getting back: “Bite your tongue, and sprint back. Put your team first.”

Clippers coach Doc Rivers in the huddle during the fourth quarter: “We’ve been survivors all year. All year.”

Oklahoman sports writer Trent Shadid on Twitter: “A Longhorn just took a charge from a Sooner in a game-defining moment, and the whole state of Oklahoma loved it.”


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