Thunder Get Rolled In Tulsa

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The Oklahoma City Thunder lost their third straight preseason game in a row on Sunday night, losing 112-94 to Minnesota at the BOK Center in Tulsa.

The Thunder struggled shooting, hitting just 41 percent from the field and making only 5 of 23 from three point range.

Turnovers were also an issue, with OKC committing 22 for the game.

Perry Jones paced the Thunder with 21 points and 8 rebounds.

Anthony Morrow added 14 points, but missed all five three-point attempts.

Russell Westbrook also struggled with his shooting, making just 3 of 12 from the field and scoring 11 points.

Serge Ibaka added 12 for the Thunder, who dropped to 2-4 in preseason play.

Eight Thunder players did not play in the game, most of which for injury reasons.

Kevin Durant, Kendrick Perkins, Nick Collison, Mitch McGary, Reggie Jackson, and Jeremy Lamb all missed the game.

A crowd of 16,901 were at the BOK Center for Tulsa’s annual preseason game.

The Thunder finish their preseason schedule Tuesday night at home against Utah at 7:00.


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