While The Minnesota Timberwolves have only won 20 games this season, the Oklahoma Thunder are on the other side of the spectrum, sitting in third place in the Western Conference with a 44-20 record. But it was the Thunder All Stars who kept them from a defeat at the hands of the T-wolves in their last meeting, a slim 123-126 victory.
The Thunder have won 10 straight against the Timberwolves and with the Spurs looming on the horizon with a nationally televised game Saturday, Coach Donovan hopes his team maintains control on what aspects of the game they can.
“We talk about being able to sustain something and to control what you can control,” Donovan explained. “We can control blocking out. We can control taking care of the basketball. We can control getting back in transition. We can control moving down the floor and executing and moving the ball. We can control those things.”
There is still time to get your tickets to cheer on your Oklahoma City Thunder before they embark on a one game road trip against the Spurs before returning for a home game against the Blazers. Plenty of affordable tickets and great seats are still available!