Kevin Martin’s Streaky Jumper Will Be OKC Thunder’s Undoing

November 24th, 2012 by Jesse Dorsey Leave a reply »
The Oklahoma City Thunder ran into a 6-6 Boston Celtics team on Friday night.

It's easy to reason out that the Thunder have an advantageous position with the scoring power and athletic defenders against an older, struggling Celtics team.

Of course, what we know and what happens are usually two very different things, and that's just what happened in the Thunder's 108-100 loss to the Celtics.

Oklahoma City was unable to deal with a struggling Celtics team for many reasons, even though most of their team played a good enough game.

It was troubling that they gave up 108 points to a team that isn't exactly an offensive powerhouse in comparison to the rest of the league.

Of course, it's hard to take a look at just one game in an 82 game season and call it a microcosm of the season as a whole.

In the grand scheme, it's easy to take this game at face value.  Call it an off-night for the Thunder on a night when Boston made the shots necessary to win, and that's about the long and short of it.

Boston is a very dangerous team when they are hitting three-pointers, when they have action off the bench and when Rajo ...

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