Monday, November 29, 2010
Thunder falls to Rockets 98-99
I'm lovin' it!
Yes, definitely McDonald's but also Russell Westbrook's incredible dunk over Shane Battier. He did his best by scoring 23 points and ten assists, which weren't enough at winning the game.
The Thunder fell to Rockets with a result 98-99.
Kevin Durant did a good job but wasn't in his best shape. With only 29.9 seconds remaining, Durant failed the shot which would help OKC leave from Houston with a victory.
Serge Ibaka replaced Nenad Krstic who has a sore lower back. This decision proved to be great since Ibaka scored 16 points and eight rebounds.
OKC's next game is against the Hornets. Both of the teams have experienced losses so there will be a clash of titans. Since OKC is hosting, they will definitely offer a great hospitality to New Orleans Hornets. The latter will probably leave from Oklahoma City with something... a loss, that is.
Besides being the world's coolest robot - Terminator, Arnold Schwarzenegger said something very important when it comes to winning and losing.
He said: Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength.
That's what Kevin Humble Durant and the rest of the team should always remember. No matter if they win or lose we will always be there to cheer for the Thunder and support them.
One for all and all for one, right?