The Oklahoma City Thunder are a young, explosive, thrilling team. They are skilled enough to often overcome a lack of experience in big moments, even in the playoffs.
Until last night.
The Thunder led the Dallas Mavericks by 15 points with just over five minutes remaining in the 4th quarter. The Thunder were just over five minutes away from winning Game Four in their own building, just over five minutes away from evening the Western Conference Finals at two games a piece.
Jean-Jacques Taylor is close to becoming the king of all sports media in Dallas. He’s also a tremendously insightful and funny reporter. Jean-Jacques joined Robert in Hour 2 to talk about the Dallas Mavericks’ deep run into the NBA Playoffs. Click through for a podcast.
Rolando Blackman was a star in the NBA. Now, he’s the director of player personnel for the Dallas Mavericks, who just eliminated the 2-time defending champion Lakers from the NBA Playoffs. Rolando joined Robert in Hour 3. Podcast after the jump.
Robert has a useful saying about postseason basketball: The last shot needs to go in. Last night’s game one between the Mavericks and the Lakers was a great example of this. Kobe missed at the end. Thus, Game One to Dallas, 96-94.