• Preview: Oklahoma City Thunder (44-17) at Phoenix Suns (32-29)

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Apr 19, 2012
    Oklahoma City Thunder 109, Phoenix Suns 97 That all starts tonight when the Suns host the second-best team in the West, the mighty Oklahoma City Thunder, a squad that has been the favorite in the conference throughout the season. Well, not exactly with the Jazz lurking just a half game behind the Suns and the Rockets. “He’s got a little Ginobili in him, where he puts the ball out, gets to the free throw line, he initiates contact and they did a real good job on offensive rebounds, kicking it to him, getting his three-point shot going, and once he gets his three-point shot, he got his confidence and it seemed like the ball kept finding him with his energy.
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    • Thunder 109, Suns 97

      Observations from the Thunder’s 109-97 victory Wednesday night over the Phoenix Suns at US Airways Center: OKC (45-17) is ½-game behind the San Antonio Spurs (45-16) in the Western Conference standings, but the Thunder actually trails the Spurs by two
      Source: newsok.com
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