Thunder out of the Playoffs after New Orleans beats San Antonio

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OKLAHOMA CITY - It was a heartbreaking night for Thunder fans everywhere.

Despite their 138 - 113 win against Timberwolves tonight, the Oklahoma City Thunder are out of the NBA Playoffs.

The Thunder did not disappoint, instead  it was the San Antonio Spurs who could not pull off the win against the New Orleans Pelicans.

The Pelicans won their game 108 - 103.

It was packed house at Urban Johnnie's in Oklahoma City, but now with no more playoff games, businesses worry what may happen financially in the coming months, since the Thunder are out.

"Almost every Thunder game gets super busy down here," Haley March, manager at Urban Johnnie's says. "It definitely will probably effect us a little in a negative manner at first and then we'll have to pick back up."

Along with tonight's Thunder win came another bit of silver lining for Thunder fans.

Russell Westbrook came away with the NBA's scoring title.

The Thunder ended their season with 45 wins and 37 losses.

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