Oklahoma City Thunder sweep Dallas Mavericks
By STEPHEN HAWKINS AP Sports Writer Oklahoma City Thunder Kevin Durant, left, hugs head coach Scott Brooks in the final seconds of Game 4 in a first-round NBA basketball playoff series against the Dallas Mavericks, Saturday, May 5, 2012, in Dallas.
May Madness has made an appearance. The intrigue returned to the NBA Playoffs in a set of close games on Saturday. The Thunder did their part to contribute to the drama again, knocking the defending champion Dallas
(Reuters) – The Oklahoma City Thunder roared home in a final quarter blitz to eliminate the NBA champion Dallas Mavericks from the Western Conference playoffs with a 103-97 comeback victory on Saturday. The Thunder completed the four-game sweep by
You know the drill. The Difference is a reflection on the game that was, with one bullet for every point in the final margin. With the Mavericks splattered on the Thunder's windshield, it seems a more appropriate time than ever to
You know the drill. The Difference is a reflection on the game that was, with one bullet for every point in the final margin. You know what they say: If you're going to lose a winnable series in four games, at least go out in an