After Game 3 of the NBA Western Conference Finals, the turnout of this series has fogged up even more.
In the first two games, the San Antonio Spurs proved why they hadn't lost a game throughout the postseason. However, when the series came to Oklahoma City, the tables turned. The Thunder ended up blowing San Antonio out of OKC with a 102-82 victory over the Spurs.
In that game, Kevin Durant was Oklahoma City's top scorer, with 22 points, accompanied by six rebounds, five assists and one steal. Thabo Sefolosha also had a great game, scoring 19 points, and recorded 6 steals.
For San Antonio, Tony Parker and Stephen Jackson scored 16 points each in the game. Tim Duncan had an 11-point game along with five blocks.
So with Game 3 in the books, what could happen in Game 4? Will the Thunder come back to tie up the series? Or will the Spurs come one step closer to advancing to the finals?
With this in mind, I will be presenting seven predictions for Game 4 of the Western Conference finals.