NBA: San Antonio Spurs Vs Oklahoma City Thunder Player Ratings

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NBA: San Antonio Spurs registered a 121-112 victory against Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday. We take a look at how players performed and their ratings.

Written By Suraj Alva | Mumbai | Updated On:

San Antonio Spurs snapped their two-game losing streak by beating the Oklahoma City Thunder 121-112. Spurs entered the match after losing to Los Angles Lakers (96-103) and Atlanta Hawks (100-108). Oklahoma Thunder has come into the match after winning two back-to-back games. Ther beat New Orleans Pelicans 115-104 and Orlando Magic 102-94

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Spurs vs Thunder match report

LaMarcus Aldridge led the way for Spurs scoring a season-high 39 points while Point guard Dejounte Murray had 17 points along with 10 assists and eight rebounds. DeMar DeRozan chipped in with 16 points along with nine rebounds and nine assists. 

Aldridge who has been hot and cold this season showed his best game while shooting 19 for 23 on the court. Dejounte has also made an impact for Spurs team. His smooth transition puts opposition defence under a lot of pressure. Right from steal or a rebound, as soon as he gets the ball he just sprints up the court resulting in more than a few easy buckets.

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For Oklahoma, Danilo Gallinari led the way scoring 27 points and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander added 21 for the Thunder. Chris Paul had 19 points and five assists to his name after playing just 31 minutes on court.

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NBA: Spurs vs Thunder player ratings

San Antonio Spurs

LaMarcus Aldridge – 8/10

Dejounte Murray – 7.5/10

DeMar DeRozan – 6.5/10

Trey Lyles– 5.5/10

Bryn Forbes– 5/10

 PattyMills– 5/10

Rudy Gay– 5/10

Derrick White– 5/10

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Oklahoma City Thunder

Danilo Gallinari – 7.5/10

Gilgeous-Alexander – 7/10

Steven Adams – 5/10

Chris Paul – 6/10

Terrance Ferguson– 4/10

Dennis Schroder– 6/10

Nerlens Noel– 4/10

Hamidou Diallo–6/10


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