Spurs Destroy Thunder in Western Conference Finals

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Published on May 22 2014 5:31 am
Last Updated on May 22 2014 5:31 am
Written by Millie Lange

Spurs Destroy Thunder In Game Two

(San Antonio, TX) -- Game Two of the Western Conference Finals was more of the same as the Spurs mauled the Thunder, 112-77, at the AT&T Center behind 22 points and five assists from Tony Parker. San Antonio has won the opening two games by a combined 52 points. Danny Green knocked down seven from behind the arc on his way to 21 points in the victory. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook both scored 15 points and the only other Oklahoma City player in double figures was Jeremy Lamb with 13. The series shifts to OKC for Game Three on Sunday. When the two teams met in the conference finals in 2012, the Spurs also jumped out to a 2-0 lead before losing the series 4-2.


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Bulls guard Derrick Rose hasn't played in a NBA game since November, but USA coach Mike Krzyzewski is still banking on the point guard to appear in training camp. Coach K is expecting Rose to prepare for the World Cup of Basketball in Spain with the national team during the tryout process. TWenty-eight players will attend the Vegas camp with only 12 spots available for the trip.  


Wednesday, May 21 Scoreboard

NBA Playoffs

San Antonio Spurs 112, Oklahoma City Thunder 77
(Spurs lead best-of-seven West finals, 2-0)


Thursday, May 22 Schedule

NBA Playoffs

No Games Scheduled