Amick: Thunder having identity crisis at key point
LOS ANGELES – You could practically hear Kenny Loggins crooning in the background on Wednesday night at a raucous Staples Center, where the Oklahoma City Thunder coughed up a 22-point lead to the Los Angeles Clippers in a 103-98 loss and by doing so continued their late-season flirtation with disaster.
“Highway to the danger zone…”
The Thunder, losers of six of their last 10 games and with the omnipresent reality that Kevin Durant’s forthcoming free agency looms so incredibly large, are falling fast.
The real test comes Thursday night. And therein lies the problem.
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