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News » Oklahoma City Thunder Notes, Quotes 2009-04-07

Oklahoma City Thunder Notes, Quotes 2009-04-07

Oklahoma City Thunder Notes, Quotes 2009-04-07
--The Thunder and Spurs both have separate two-game losing streaks heading into Tuesday's matchup in Oklahoma City. The Thunder have dropped their last two overall, while San Antonio lost two straight to OKC.

Despite trailing the Spurs by 28 games in the standings, the Thunder are confident against the Southwest Division leaders.

"We have played pretty well against them," Thabo Sefolosha said. "We know they are going to be ready and we really need to bounce back after these last two games."

--The Thunder own a 13-game winning streak when holding teams to less than 13 points. They just haven't done so often lately.

Seven of the last nine opponents have scored in triple digits and all seven were losses. OKC has also been outscored by 53 in the last two games at the Ford Center.

"We can't be getting beat by 20 or 30 points at home in front of our home crowd," Thabo Sefolosha said. "That's not acceptable. We have to come back, practice hard and play much better the next game."

QUOTE TO NOTE: "I am stunned about our play tonight. I am shocked and surprised we didn't come out with the energy needed to compete in this league." -- Coach Scott Brooks, after losing by 18 Sunday at home to Indiana.

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