Defeated in the first two games of the series, the Thunder came back up to the Rockets by winning Game 4 (117-114) despite 15 points of disbursement in the third quarter.
The Thunder are definitely a stunning team. New example on the night of Monday to Tuesday with the success achieved in Game 4 of its series against the Rockets, Oklahoma City winning on the wire (117-114) after having counted up to 15 points of disbursement in the third quarterback and attacked the home stretch with a length behind.
And to win, OKC was able to count on the fine performance of Dennis Schröder, author of a new record in the playoffs with 30 points to 10 out of 16 out of the bench. What to steal the show from Chris Paul despite his 26 points at 10 of 19 and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, who has compiled 18 points, 12 rebounds and 6 assists.
It was necessary to come to the end of Rockets being able to rely on the inevitable James Harden, leading scorer of the match with 32 points at 11 of 25 on shots and 15 assists, but also on Erci Gordon and Danuel House Jr, who follow with 23 and 21 points.
The two teams now have an appointment on Wednesday for a crucial Game 5.