Reggie Jackson's potential game-winner off at the buzzer. Oklahoma City slips to 3-11. Bad for the Thunder, great for the Blazers
Reggie Jackson misses a clean look for the win. Slumps down at midcourt, nearly brought to tears. Tough, tough loss for the Thunder.
That's the third time I've seen the Thunder take potential game-winning three this season, I believe. All three have missed. Nets win 94-92.
Another tight game at home for the Thunder: Down two, 4.6 seconds left, with the ball.
I've seen the Thunder go for the win in this spot multiple times with 3-pointers at the buzzer this year. We'll see if they do here.
Joe Johnson’s clutch armor beginning to show signs of rust. Misses one of two FT’s. Thunder ball, 94-92 Nets, 4.1 seconds left.
Groans for Jackson to pass the ball. To whom exactly? Sooner or later, if I'm the Thunder I'm clearing it out for him every trip.
Thunder hasn't made a field goal in nearly four minutes.
Brooklyn has outscored the Thunder 19-9 in the first seven minutes of this fourth quarter. Nets up seven, another game slipping away.
End 3Q: Thunder up 74-71 on the Nets. Already with a 3-10 record and the Warriors coming in Sunday, big fourth quarter coming for OKC.
Halftime: Thunder up 53-49 on the Nets. Great shooting (53%) and balanced scoring for OKC. Nine players with at least four points.
End 1Q: Thunder up 27-21 on the Nets. Reggie Jackson with a team-high eight points. Brook Lopez the only Nets starter with a made FG.
Thunder has gone nine deep into its rotation tonight, still no Jeremy Lamb. Roberson started, Morrow and Telfair already off the bench.
Nets again looking slower than their more athletic opponent. Trail Thunder, 12-5.
Thunder energized early, 6-of-8 shooting and out to a quick 12-5 lead on the Nets.
Quick 10-0 run for the Thunder gives OKC a 12-5 lead and forces a timeout from Lionel Hollins less than five minutes in.
Yes! The Drums of Thunder halftime show. Right up there with the Bungee Jumpers as my fave.
Drums of Thunder! is my favorite halftime group.
In OKC, woman with t-shirt reading "drop your nets and follow me." Thought it was Thunder fan trying to convert. But it's a Bible reference
Thunder 1-point favorite over the Nets tonight. Only the second time in 14 games this season OKC has been favored.
Who would’ve thought Lakers would be ahead of the Thunder in the West standings this season? http://t.co/YnjGzBdUc3
Thunder GM Sam Presti on Nov. 1: "I think it’s important that we all step back and harness the dramatics for a moment." (Still agree?)
Unlucky for the Thunder that they've already played 13 games. Only two other teams have played that many. Nine have still just played 10.