We Want More! Thunder Win Wild Game Two

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The Oklahoma City Thunder handed the San Antonio Spurs their second loss of the season at home in game two of the Western Conference Semi-Finals.

A wacky and controversial sequence in the final 13 seconds of play left the Thunder with the 98-97 win.

With the score tied at one game apiece, now we have ourselves a series.

Russell Westbrook came guns blazing to game two, leading the Thunder with 29 points and ten assists. Kevin Durant added 28, but Center Steven Adams had a monster presence on both ends of the court with 12 points and 17 rebounds.

LaMarcus Aldridge proved near unstoppable once more for San Antonio, dropping 41 points.

Game three is Friday in Oklahoma City.

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