Sunday, March 8, 2015

RAPTORS 104 THUNDER 108 F..."REGULATORS Report OKC" as RUSS of JORDAN Brand messed around and goes Triple-Double again!...#WeTheNorth gets hit by RUSS in THUNDER Alley and the OKC "Bigs" KANTER and IBAKA put in 9 to 5 in and around the Painted-Area!..#TORvsOKC #TeamDrakeDrizzy #ThunderUp #RegulatorsReportOKC @RussWest44

If you would have told me before the Toronto @ OKC Tilt at Thunder Alley on Sunday March 8th that the Raptors will get out-rebounded, Russ Westbrook will go Triple-Double, and the Serge Ibaka and Enes Kanter will have their way in the painted-area with the Dinosaur's "Bigs"...I would have told you Thunder wins by 30!

Well the "Regulators Report OKC" was victorious nit by 30 but all the above did go down as did Team Drake Drizzy going 0 to 100 not in Thunder Alley! The Raptors led at the break 61-58 as they were then playing a solid game coming out of the Motel as DeMar DeRozan had 16 points and Terrence Ross had a dozen.

It was the 3rd frame as OKC follows their Triple-Double Machine Russell Westbrook as he goes for 14 in the frame (26 pts through 3) for an OKC 86-79 lead. Team "We The North" hung tough in the 4th to two points 106-104 OKC with 15.6 remaining. Russ would then hit two from the stripe putting OKC up 108-104 as DeRozan would miss a money ball...game time as OKC wins 108-104.

Back to Westbrook of Jordan Brand as he would finish with 30 points (11-13 FT) dishing out seventeen assists with eleven boards. He has company as Enes Kanter added 21 and grabbing a dozen boards with "Air Congo" Serge Ibaka adding 21 points as well and seven boards. OKC committed 18 turnovers to the Raptors 8 but a +16 rebound margin and +9 in makes from the stripe proved to get the Thunder to the winner's circle.

DeRozan led Toronto with 24 points and nine helpers with Ross adding 20 and All-Star PG Kyle Lowry going for 14 points. Raptors getting to the line just 9 times cost them in this one coupled with getting killed on the glass.

The Regulators Report OKC moves to 35-28 while the Raptors fall to 38-25...



       
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