2:40 PM EST, Sun February 01, 2015
Next Day Notes: Grizzlies 85, Thunder 74
Final
L 74 - 85

Next Day Notes: Grizzlies 85, Thunder 74

It was the most physical game these two teams have ever played against each other; the final score is reflective of that, not to mention the fact that both teams’ field goal percentages were well south of 40%. But the Grizzlies won, 85-74, and they did so by doing what they’re most known for: churning out brilliant defensive play after brilliant defensive play, unleashing Zach Randolph to fight through ferocious interior defense to the tune of 21 points and 18 rebounds, making just enough big plays from the perimeter to keep OKC honest, and most of all feeding on a crowd who,...
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Why are these Thunder bad? Are they even bad? What steps do we take? The Thunder are 1-4 over their last 5 and have fallen one game below .500. This has sent many fans into panic mode, calling for the firing of Coach Brooks or even GM Sam Presti. I think both actions are absolutely absurd and rash. They're not the people to blame, and neither are our stars. Stay the course. At least, when it comes to the Thunder's management and big four. It helps when you think of things from a broader perspective. Consider these points: The Thunder have played 14 games without Durant or Westbrook. In...

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