The state of Oklahoma may be in a time of mourning with the way that college football has been going. There is no need to worry though because Thunder basketball will be back shortly. Nothing will make a disappointing loss from our favorite college team feel better than seeing the Thunder back in action.
The Thunder got their 44th win of the season last year against the Los Angeles Clippers on March 9th by a score of 120-108. The much needed win came at home after the team had lost two on the road in California. Russell Westbrook was the MVP of the game with a triple-double. He had 25 points, 20 assists, and 11 rebounds. The Brodie was seemingly unstoppable that night and was described by a teammate as playing a video game.
Andre Roberson was also huge in the game with 13 points. This number is pretty incredible for a guy labeled as a defensive specialist. The Thunder have found a way to win fairly easy when Roberson plays well on offense and it’s exciting to see him evolve into an offensive threat. Oklahoma City will be expecting big things from the team’s defensive MVP.