OKLAHOMA CITY — Nothing rattled the
Not squandering a nine-point lead in the fourth quarter and a five-point lead in the final 19 seconds of regulation. Not
The Grizzlies remained steady and took care of business in the extra period.
"It was just staying confident, understanding that those guys are going to make runs," Memphis forward
"Basically it's just going to be a slugfest," said Allen, who was praised by his teammates for playing solid defense against Durant. "We're going to pound it. They're going to run it. Whoever can come up with the most stops pretty much wins the game."
Oklahoma City's stars put up big numbers, but they worked for everything they got. Durant had 36 points and 11 rebounds, but he made just 12 of 28 shots and had just eight points at halftime and 16 through the first three quarters.
"We missed some shots that we could make," Oklahoma City Coach