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OKC Thunder vs NO Pelicans Live Game Thread

OKC Thunder vs NO Pelicans Live Game Thread

 

Coming straight off a two game losing streak, The Oklahoma City Thunder will face off against the New Orleans Pelicans tonight. The Thunder are looking for a win as they head into the All-Star Break.

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Final OKC 123 NOP 118

The Thunder put an end to their short-winded losing streak and head into the All-Star Break with a win.

Danilo Gallinari 29 points

Alexander 17 points 7 assists

Chris Paul 14 points 12 assists 8 rebounds

Steven Adams 11 points 11 rebounds

:48 4Q OKC 119 NOP 115

Zion trucks through the lane and draws contact to send him to the line.

4:02 4Q OKC 110 NOP 111

The game remains close. Both teams turning up the heat.

7:12 4Q OKC 104 NOP 103

New Orleans has clawed their way back to make it close. There is still plenty of time for both teams.

End of 3Q OKC 98 NOP 93

The Thunder keeps their lead heading into 4Q.

2:36 3Q OKC 94 NOP 86

Muscala is going off (for eight points).

5:00 3Q OKC 87 NOP 81

Mike Muscala makes a three and draws a foul.

Official Halftime Update:

Halftime OKC 66 NOP 58

The Thunder extend their lead to be up by 8 at the half. Steven Adams makes an epic half court shot to give OKC energy going into the 3Q.

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2:52 2Q OKC 56 NOP 51

The Thunder begin to heat up and grow a small lead over New Orleans.

4:26 2Q OKC 47 NOP 50

*Jerry Ramsey has entered the chat*

5:54 2Q OKC 45 NOP 43

Both teams are off to a hot start. The Thunder are shooting 50 percent from the floor, New Orleans shooting 51 percent.

8:32 2Q OKC 37 NOP 36

Williamson denied Abdul Nader’s drive with a emphatic block.

9:41 2Q OKC 33 NOP 33

Terrance Ferguson gives the people’s elbow to JJ Redick fighting for a loose rebound.

End of 1Q OKC 29 NOP 30

The Thunder played much better than they did against the Spurs in the first quarter, but still trail by one.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander leads the team with eight points in the quarter. Danilo Gallinari and Steven Adams are close behind with four apiece.

3:15 1Q OKC 21 NOP 23

Not much separation between the two teams as the first quarter winds down, except for one stat.

6:15 1Q OKC 12 NOP 13

The long awaited debut of Zion Williamson didn’t disappoint this season, and he’s showing why tonight. Williamson already has four points on 2-of-3 shooting.

In other news, Madison Morris came into Tyler Media looking ready for a big trip…?

 

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