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Best Of CRUNCH TIME: Thunder vs Rockets On Christmas Day





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The Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Houston Rockets 112-107 tonight in Oklahoma City. Russell Westbrook led the Thunder with 31 points and 11 assists and Paul George finished with an additional 24 points. The Rockets were led by the 29 points, 14 assists, and 8 rebounds. With the win, the Thunder improve to 19-15!

DOWN TO THE WIRE ACTION! Check out this 4th quarter action in this Fantastic Finish. Tell us who was clutch in the comments!

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37 thoughts on “Best Of CRUNCH TIME: Thunder vs Rockets On Christmas Day”

  1. None of you might not believe this , but I was watching this game with my sister and her boyfriend and I told her boyfriend "thunder win, 107-112" when the game was over I was happy that the thunder won, then I noticed that the score was 107-112. Dang I should've bet some money.

  2. Alright Thunders fans; calm down. Y'all got the W and it was a good win but, don't get a swell head about it. The Rockets were without Chris Paul & Luc Mbah a Moute. Say what you want but, when a fully healthy Thunders team barely beats a Rockets team that's missing Chris Paul (*their only other Allstar) & Luc Mbah a Moute (*their future starting power-foward and 3rd best defensive player behind Chris Paul and Trevor Ariza) you best believe your team's not even close to competing with a healthy rockets team. You better hope your team goes after DeAndre Jordan before we get 'em. Because a team starting Chris Paul, James Harden, Trevor Ariza, Luc Mbah a Moute and DeAndre Jordan will run circles around a team starting Rusell Westbrook, Paul George, Carmelo Anthony, Andre Robertson and Steven Adams. Don't believe me, look at the final of this game. Imagine if a better center, and way better defensive team and a team also had 3 Allstars instead of just 1 was playing. You honestly think that OKC would of score 112 points and kept that team to just 19 points in the 4th quarter? I don't think so.

    P.S. if we bring DeAndre in we're also brining back Patrick Beaverly to backup Chris Paul. Talk about Defense-(Chris Paul and Patrick Beaverly were last year's 1st Team All defense)

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