Here’s the top performers from tonight. Who do you think had the best game?
I gotta go with Russ. He stepped up big tonight, bouncing back from a poor Game 2. He was the catalyst of the offense tonight, consistently setting guys up for easy looks underneath or on the perimeter. He also poured in 33 points on 50% shooting (4-6 from three), including the dagger.
day 57 | y'all know what day it is? good friday. “but He was pierced for our transgressions; He was crushed for our iniquities; upon Him was the chastisement that brought us peace, and with His wounds we are healed. All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned—every one—to his own way; and the Lord has laid on Him the iniquity of us all.”
peace tonight; sunday Jesus was raised!
Recap of tonight’s action. My takeaways:
1)After a poor shooting output the 1st 2 games, including a 14 point Game 2 performance, Russ bounced back for 33 points and 11 assists while going 4-6 from three. Dame went off for 25 in the 3rd, but OKC limited him the rest of the game and played with a new tenacity on defense. They also received great play from the role players, especially Jerami Grant, to bring the series to 2-1
2)Indiana came within striking distance, but fell to 0-3 vs Boston. Again, they went on a scoring drought in which you could see they desperately needed Oladipo to pick them up and take over
3)Orlando made a late run to make things interesting, but Toronto prevailed behind Siakam’s 30 points
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24226 minutes ago
Hell yeah! Thunder win!🔥 MVP russ is showes up to make the series 2-1
Even when Paul was had bad shooting night
Grant and Ferguson both played great
The process has started #thunderin6 ⚡⚡
221427 minutes ago
After a huge loss with Demarcus Cousins injury, Warriors add more depth by signing Drake in the playoffs. Will Drake be a huge asset throughout the playoffs?