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News » Oklahoma City Thunder Getting Inside 2009-04-07

Oklahoma City Thunder Getting Inside 2009-04-07

Oklahoma City Thunder Getting Inside 2009-04-07
Are the Thunder limping to the end of the season? It sure looks that way after Indiana routed Oklahoma City at home Sunday.

"That wasn't the completive spirit I wanted to see out of our team tonight," Thunder coach Scott Brooks said after the 117-99 setback. "We have to play better and harder and with more spirit. We can't afford to play this type of effort like we did tonight."

OKC's season is down to just six games. There's still enough time to regain the momentum the team had built during its solid stretch in January and February.

"We need to find a way individually and collectively to get back on the right track to finish the season strong," guard Thabo Sefolosha said. "We had about five games in a row where we played well, and we have been up and down again.

"We really need to find the identity of this team again. We have a good group of guys and we need to finish strong for pride. We need to practice hard tomorrow and get ready for the next game."

PACERS 117, THUNDER 99: Oklahoma City fell behind early and was routed at home again Sunday by Indiana. The Thunder (21-55) have dropped the first two on a three-game homestand by 35 and 18 points.

Kevin Durant paced OKC with 25 points, but his two sidekicks, Russell Westbrook and Jeff Green, combined for just 22. Nick Collison scored 15 and rookie D.J. White added 14 in his first NBA game.

Danny Granger (24 points) led the Pacers, who kept their slim playoff hopes alive. OKC finishes up its homestand with San Antonio on Tuesday.

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