Oklahoma City Thunder Expected to Roll over Charlotte Bobcats

December 21st, 2010 by Jack Jones Leave a reply »
The Oklahoma City Thunder will look for their third straight road win when they take on the struggling Charlotte Bobcats tonight.

The Thunder had their five-game winning streak snapped in a 113-110 loss at home against the Suns on Sunday, and will look to avoid losing two straight for just the second time this season.

The Bobcats got crushed by the Wizards 108-75 on Monday for their third consecutive loss. The current NBA Spreads have the Thunder favored by 6.5-points over the Bobcats.

The Thunder should be a little more motivated to beat a team like the Bobcats after letting the short-handed Suns snap their winning streak. The Thunder didn't have any trouble scoring the ball, as Kevin Durant had 28 points, while Russell Westbrook, Jeff Green, and Nick Collison all had 19 points.

The Thunder however shot just 43% from the field, while allowing the Suns to shoot 57%. The Thunder defense figures to have a much easier time tonight against the Bobcats, who are averaging just under 80 points in their last five games.

Charlotte has been without Gerald Wallace for the last three games, and it appears unlikely that he ...

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