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Latest Scott Brooks Items
Russell Westbrook was ordinary. Serge Ibaka was ineffective.
Thunder guard Derek Fisher has played more playoff games than anyone in history.
So far, so good for Serge Ibaka's comeback.
The San Antonio Spurs were not going to believe Serge Ibaka was really injured until the Oklahoma City Thunder took the court in the opener of the Western Conference finals without their athletic big man.
Jamal Crawford got emotional in accepting his NBA Sixth Man award and, like Kevin Durant this week, it may have buoyed the Los Angeles Clippers in what has been a turbulent playoffs so far.
Reggie Jackson came off the bench and outscored teammates Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook by himself. The Oklahoma City Thunder needed every point from their top reserve to win yet another overtime game against Memphis.
The Grizzlies know they have to stop blowing fourth-quarter leads. Consecutive overtime wins makes the needed corrections much easier for Memphis.
A year ago, Memphis blew past Oklahoma City in the Western Conference semifinals.