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Thunder Hot Offense Helps Them End 5 Game Losing Steak

Thunder Hot Offense Helps Them End 5 Game Losing Steak

Oklahoma City – The Thunder hit the road again tonight in Brooklyn facing one of the NBA’s
elite and looked to end their 5 game losing streak.
The Nets came into the game on the second night of a back to back and were without a big chunk
of their contributors with no Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Lamarcus Aldridge, Nic Claxton, or
Patty Mills. It was going to be a great night for the Thunder to end their 5 game losing streak.
Coming into the game, it was imperative that they play some defense. Their offense has looked
pretty good the last few games but they have been playing some very inconsistent defense lately.
It’s been unlike them and they really needed to get back to that tonight. Especially with the Nets
missing so many guys.
The offense came in right where they left off Tuesday night against the Wizards and they were
really hot having their best opening quarter of the season and that continued. Shai Gilgeous-
Alexander set the tone early with his driving which opened up the floor for everyone else and
that continued all night.
It was truly an offensive clinic for the Thunder all night. They had a season high in points and
won 130-109. The first time they’ve played consistent defense in some time.
Having a season high in points was really key but that isn’t the main reason they won.
Click the link to see the reasons they won:

#ThunderUp’s Hot Offensive Night Helps Them End 5 Game Losing Streak Against Nets; Here Are The 3 Reasons They Got The Win

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Daniel Bell is a Thunder beat reporter for BlackSportsOnline.com and also contributes to the Franchise doing Thunder pre game shows, appearing on the post game shows, and many more things with the company.

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