Three Important Things to Watch For Heading Into Oklahoma City’s Weekend Stretch

After the NBA took Tuesday off to encourage fans to get out and vote, Thunder Basketball returns Wednesday against the Milwaukee Bucks at the Paycom Center. Oklahoma City traveled to Milwaukee last weekend in a losing streak, but this team, the Bucks, add the former MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo back into the lineup.

After an entertaining start to the season with four straight wins and a .500+ record, Oklahoma City has returned to earth. The team has fallen three times in a row, all by nine points or more. It is clear that Shai Gilgeous-Alexanders Heroic deeds were the main reason for the Thunder’s success, and it just might not be that sustainable. SGA is good enough to still get its own every night at this point, but teams can now better plan how to beat the thunder even on its big nights.

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