The Oklahoma City Thunder endured an absolute thrashing at the hands of the San Antonio Spurs tonight, 112-77, falling behind 0-2 in the Western Conference Finals.

San Antonio was led by Tony Parker with 22 on 10-17 shooting and did it all with Kawhi Leonard, the future face of the franchise, scoring just four points in 16 minutes.

The Spurs looked so dominant and were so able to limit their starters minutes I will be very surprised if the Thunder are not swept and at most think the series will go five games.

Inside the Numbers:

In the two games:

The average margin of victory for the Spurs: 26 points

Spurs 3 point shooting: 18-40

Danny Green from 3: 11-15


Durant and Westbrook combined: 13-40 from the field and 1-9 from deep

Thunder 3 point shooting as a team: 2-20

San Antonio went on a 43-14 run in a sixteen minute span in the second half.

With the way the Spurs are playing and with their depth right now they look like the favorite to redeem their Finals loss from last season and raise the 2014 Larry O'Brien trophy.

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Clint Corey 5/21/2014 11:59:00 PM Edit
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