May 18, 2016, 8:52 pm
The Thunder dropped Game 2 on the road against the Warriors despite Kevin Durant’s 29 points.
Durant added six rebounds, two 3-pointers and a steal to the line but also committed eight costly turnovers in this one. The turnovers allowed the Warriors to go on a huge run in the second half which turned the once close-game into a Cavaliers/Raptors doppelganger. He’ll have to lower his turnovers if the Thunder want to get a win in game 3 on Sunday. On the bright side, after struggling to shoot the basketball in Game 1, it looks like Durant has rediscovered his shooting stroke.