Tonight at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City the San Antonio Spurs will be facing Oklahoma City Thunder. San Antonio arrives with high confidence after cruising to their 19th straight victory and hoping to wrap up the top seed position in the Western Conference this evening.
“I’m just going out there, playing my game,” Durant said. “If it happens, cool. If it doesn’t, cool. That’s how I approach it – just playing within the offense. If a shot’s there, shoot it. If a pass is there, pass it. I try to play as simple as I can. If that (25 points or more) comes with it, then so be it, but if not, I’m not going to lose any sleep.”
While San Antonio plays on consecutive nights, Oklahoma Thunder have been off since Sunday’s home game victory of 116-96 home over Utah, a sixth victory in seven games.
Here is a quick video on the Spurs´ latest action: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2015515-postseason-matchup-wish-list-for-the-san-antonio-spurs
On the other hand, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles the Lakers welcome the Clippers for a thrilling clash. Los Angeles (54-22) has safely lock a place in the playoffs as they managed to clinch the Pacific for the second straight season with Wednesday’s 112-108 victory at Phoenix.
“It’s nice but it doesn’t really mean much,” Chris Paul said of winning the Pacific. “We won the division title last year and lost in the first round. Last year we would have gone into the (Phoenix) game knowing we had a chance to win the division. Now we don’t care, it’s all about the bigger picture.”
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