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With the Lakers winning tonight, the Thunder is now in last place in the West standings...What a bizarre start to the season.
Updated Western Conference standings: http://t.co/1slHTJf7ly
Lakers win and improve to 3-9. Thunder (3-10) now alone at the bottom of the Western Conference standings.
That shot by Kobe was hilarious. But then again, I totally thought it was going in.
Lots asking: Durant and Westbrook are both set to be re-evaluated in about a week. Doesn't mean they'll return then, but conceivably could.
For the Thunder to get to 50 wins, they need to go 47-22 starting now. That's winning at a .681 clip. Do-able, but things have to get going.
I keep picturing Tony Parker as the point guard there, passing to Boris Diaw, who takes one dribble and bounce-passes to Duncan for a dunk.
Let's take a quick look around the floor as Jackson pulled from 3. Oh, hey there's Serge Ibaka: http://t.co/qvwjml8Di3
Reggie Jackson's first seven games: 22.4 points on 44.4% shooting, 8.1 assists. His last three: 13.6 points on 27.2% shooting, 6.6 assists.
-Sebastian Telfair: 18 points on 7/7 FG -Reggie Jackson: 16 points on 5/20 FG
Thunder fall to the Nuggets, 107-100, dropping to 3-10. Ibaka 22 and 13 rebounds, Jackson 16-7-9, Telfair 18 (7-7 shooting), Morrow 10.
Nuggets defeat the Thunder, 107-100.
Thunder lose 107-100 in Denver, fall to 3-10 this season.
Reggie Jackson misses an ill-advised three, then Denver nails two dagger threes. Nuggets up nine.
Reggie Jackson takes a hero 3 to try and tie the game, and the Nuggets respond with back-to-back 3s to take the lead back to nine. Sigh.
Thunder have clawed back from a 16-point deficit to cut it to 101-98 with 3:15 left.
So... Sebastian Telfair has 18 on 7-7 shooting, including 4-4 from 3.
The Nuggets take some strangggge shots.
This is where Ibaka has to improve. Defender steps to help and he has Perk open for a dunk: http://t.co/eCdJ1D2lvb
Telfair now 6-for-6 from the floor and 3-for-3 from 3. He's got 15 points off the bench.
Thunder hasn't given up 100 points the past seven games. Denver with 88 through three quarters. Defense falters the night offense is decent.
Nuggets lead the Thunder 88-74 after three. Ibaka 17 and 9 rebounds, Telfair with 12. Looking like 3-10 is headed OKC's way.
Nuggets lead stretched to 13 midway through the third quarter. This game is getting away from OKC.
Reggie Jackson is 8-of-30 shooting the last 10 quarters: 27 points on 30 shots. Struggling with the jumper.
Nuggets lead OKC at half 54-49. Ibaka with 14 and 7 boards, Jackson 5 assists, Lamb 8. Thunder shooting 46.2 percent.
Halftime: Nuggets up 54-49 on the Thunder. Serge Ibaka's 14 points, 7 rebounds lead the way for OKC.
Great bounceback first half from a previously struggling Serge Ibaka: 14 points, 6 rebounds, 6-of-9 FG.
Steven Adams is shooting 53 percent from the line this season, but it feels more like 5.3 percent.
Reggie's got to find the right balance of letting the game come to him and being assertive. Seems like it's one or the other for him.
There's nothing quite like the look of complete relief on Jeremy Lamb's face when one of his shots goes in.
Telfair's right thumb looks like it's killing him.
End 1Q: Thunder trail the Nuggets 27-26. First time OKC has shot above 40% in its last 12 quarters.
Nuggets lead the Thunder 27-26 after one. Ibaka with 10 and 4 rebounds.
Thunder hanging in there so far, trail 27-26 after one in Denver.
Telfair looks like he just hurt his right thumb again.
It looks like Phoebe taught Lance Thomas how to run.
It's just a struggle for OKC to score.
Andre Roberson checks in. He'd missed the previous eight games with a foot sprain.
Roberson in with 5:34 left in the first. Replaces Jeremy Lamb.
Serge Ibaka 3-of-5 for six points in the first six minutes a night after going 2-of-13 for six points the entire night.
Andre Roberson returns from injury tonight. Same starting five, though: Jackson, Lamb, Thomas, Ibaka and Adams.
Andre Roberson is available to play tonight.
Andre Roberson still hasn't been ruled out tonight. He's going through a pregame workout right now to determine how he feels. Stay tuned.
Also, Jackson is taking a lot fewer shots in the restricted area. Last season, 31.9% of his attempts came in the RA. This season, 24.6%.
The takeaway here is, Reggie Jackson is looking for shots for Reggie Jackson a whole lot.
Another thing: 85.7 percent of Jackson's baskets have been unassisted this season. Last season, Russell Westbrook was at 67.3 percent.
Found this moderately telling: Reggie Jackson is taking 35.6 percent of his shots after seven or more dribbles this season.
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The Thunder hasn't scored more than 23 points or shot above 40 percent in any of the past 11 quarters. Breakdown: http://t.co/RPNMdN4VX6
Counting only games he has taken at least eight shots, Serge Ibaka had the worst shooting performance of his career tonight: 2-of-13 FG.
For panicking Thunder fans, it's still early -- 13 percent of the way into the season. Or the equivalent of 2.1 NFL games.
Jeremy Lamb's three road games: 9-38 shooting (23.6%). Lamb's four home games: 25-50 shooting (50.0%). Weird.
OU football, OSU football and the Thunder a combined 5-15 since October 18th. Rough sports stretch for the state.
The Thunder have now shot under 40 percent in five games already this season. Last year, they did that only nine total times.
Jazz drop the Thunder to 3-9, 98-81. Lamb with 19 (5-15 shooting), Jackson 10 (4-13) and 7 assists, Adams 11 and 8 rebounds. OKC shot 35.7%.
Thunder fall 98-81 in Utah. OKC now 3-9 on the season. The hole keeps getting deeper.
Thunder players getting into it AGAIN with some Jazz fans seated behind the bench.
Amazing to think the Thunder led this game 39-22 at one point.
Stone Cold just chilling with the cameramen http://t.co/aceMGhq5EK
Where is Reggie Jackson, the guy that was incredibly good scoring at the rim? Beats his man, and is always looking to the corners.
End 3Q: Thunder down 72-59 to the Jazz. Team looks highly frustrated.
Jazz lead the Thunder 72-59 after three. Jazz won the third 32-17.
Jazz outscore the Thunder 32-17 in the third period and take a 72-59 lead into the fourth quarter.
The Thunder are just one constant welp right now.
Thunder once led by 17. Now trail the Jazz by 10.
Less than three minutes left in the third quarter and still no Thunder players in double-figures. OKC trails Utah 59-57.
Thing is for the Thunder, a lot of these misses are open looks created from solid offense. They. Just. Can't. Make. Anything.
Ibaka maybe want to try to get to the rim on a roll instead popping every time or nah?