OKC Finally Wins One in OT

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FedExForum– For a third straight playoff game, the Grizzlies and Thunder went to Overtime…and Oklahoma City finally found a way to win one, putting an end to a 15-game homecourt winning streak at the Grindhouse, 92-89.

And it wasn’t Kevin Durant or Russell Westbrook that did the damage for OKC.  With the Thunder’s two big stars going a combined 11-for-43, it was reserve Reggie Jackson who led the charge, scoring a career high 32.

The Grizzlies did rally from 14 down in the second half, but just couldn’t put things away late.  Marc Gasol led the Grizz with 23 points and 11 rebounds, but while Mike Conley did have a double double with 14 points and 10 assists, he and Zach Randolph struggled, going just 10-of-30 for the game.

With the series tied 2-2, Game 5 is Tuesday night back in Oklahoma City.


  • Kevin

    no comments on the Clippers owner who told his girlfriend that he do not want her coming to any of his games with black people including Magic Johnson ….

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