After a season-opening victory against Chicago, the Thunder has convincingly lost two straight home games to Utah and Boston.
"(Thunder fans) tried to will us to victory (Sunday)," Brooks said. "When we had nothing going for us, they didn't give up and they sparked us. We cut the lead to six (73-67) and it was as loud as a crowd could get. Ours fans are good and we have to do a better job of playing at home. There's no doubt. We dug ourselves deep in a hole our second and third home games. We definitely have to play much better at home."
After missing training camp and playing just one preseason game, Nenad Krstic played 41 minutes against Boston, his most since Nov. 12, 2006.
"I didn't play that many minutes in I don't know how long," Krstic said Monday. "But felt good. Conditioning, I'm fine. Sometimes I get tired but the game is coming (back to me). My legs are not there 100 percent, but it's getting there."