After the Oklahoma City Thunder blew a 22-point second-half lead, including a 17-point lead to open the fourth quarter, in a 103-98 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers, Kevin Durant pointed to the team’s lack of discipline as the main culprit.
“They made plays, we didn’t,” Durant said Wednesday night. “They were disciplined, we weren’t. We want to be a great team. We’re fooling ourselves. If we just want to be a great team, the way we’re playing, we’re fooling ourselves. We want to win a bunch of games in the regular season, that’s cool, but we’re fooling ourselves with the way we’re playing.”
Source: Royce Young of ESPN
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