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Thunder vs Spurs | Oklahoma City & San Antonio Battle In The Alamo | March 2, 2019





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The Spurs defeated the Thunder, 116-102 tonight in San Antonio. LaMarcus Aldridge led all scorers with 27 points (10-18 FG) to go with 10 rebounds for the Spurs, while Rudy Gay added 22 points and 8 rebounds in the game. Russell Westbrook tallied 19 points (7-17 FG) to go with 9 rebounds and 8 assists for the Thunder, while Dennis Schroder added 18 points and 5 rebounds in the losing effort. The Spurs made 45-91 FG (49.5%) as a team in the game. With the win, the Spurs improve to 35-29 on the season while the Thunder fall to 38-24.

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19 thoughts on “Thunder vs Spurs | Oklahoma City & San Antonio Battle In The Alamo | March 2, 2019

  1. Not sure which 1 of you clowns it was that convinced Donovan to stop playing Diallo but this is the fruit of both of your idiocies. That dude is a fast break dunk machine and you're too stupid to realize that!

  2. Literally OKC would have one that game if they prevented Spurs from penetrating the defense into the paint and allowing them second chance points. OKC wasn't all there tonight, played like they were intimidated. Totally out of character, it doesn't matter if P.G. is out.

  3. Rudy has been alot more aggressive this season. He has his legs back and Popovich is using him as a shot creator more and more. He shoots over everybody like a budget version of Durant.

    Aldridge and DeRozan run the show, but Rudy is the jack of all trades that will need to maintain current posture for a playoff push.

  4. Spurs aren't my team but I can't help always being a fan. They play ball the right way, they play as a team and I love their roster this year. This is probably the most athletic roster they've ever had and I hope Pop doesn't retire anytime soon.

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