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Thunder Insider: OKC is now in charge of series
As Kobe Bryant strolled out of the Ford Center following the Thunder’s 110-89 win in Game 4 on Saturday night, the Los Angeles Lakers’ star lit up, brazenly lifting a cigar to his lips and puffing merrily just before exiting the building.
The trail of smoke reeked of every ounce of arrogance the Lakers have carried into this first-round series. The scene, though, belied the bountiful problems Bryant had just finished...
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