Kiwi Steven Adams and his teammen Thunder Thunder needed to put on the hard drive to hit the Houston 112-111 rockets in their NBA game on Wednesday.
The Thunder recorded their fourth victory for them to remain in sixth place in the West Conference, and just after the scary tour took place the people of Oklahoma challenged the efforts of Russell Westbrook and Paul George.
Westbrook Point guarded 29 points, 12 ripped and 10 helped for the 33th double season race. George put in 27 points and went away in nine reels, as well as giving three wishes.
It is George's corner that put the Thunder into the direction of the last page.
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Center Adams gave 8 points, 13 rebounds and 1 help because Thunder Thunder put 26-32 after its first quarter, and 51-60 at half time.
Behind 80-93 at the end of the third time, the Thunder gathered in a fashionable way until they ran down against the opponent before defeat the last chance when James Harden lost an open view. from outside the paint. He pulled it out from the front and went out on the support board before he broke away to stop the Houston six-strike strike.
Harden made his first 12 free games in the game but with less than 10 seconds left, he missed one, allowing the Thunder to join or join.
Westbrook sent out the court, taking the ball to Adams near the center of the court before he set the ball on and sent the jewelery to George in the corner to win the winner. game.
George had been getting off the floor, finishing only 9 of 25 from the floor and 4 of 14 on 3 points but he came up very much in the last seconds.
The photograph also sculpted a double doubles of the first time at Westbrook.
The win won the Thunder which struck the sixth place in the West Conference entering the last day of the usual season.