It was the NBA’s second-highest scoring offenses against one of its worst defenses. And it showed. The Thunder came out crisp and energetic early and it was almost as if the Lakers saw that and started to pack it in, at least defensively, conserving energy for a night where they’d have a chance. In the first half, with little to none LA resistance or pressure, OKC scored a season-high 71 points and turned it over a season-low one time...
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