STFU about the refs. Nene got that ridiculous blocking call against Ibaka when he jumped into him from 6 feet away and threw that crap shot up. The push off on Westrbook was weak, that would be called 100x a game if they called that one. That counters a missed call again Ibaka and the soft but legit (see the Westbrook call) on Harden.
OKC's just schooling them because of course Denver isn't going to start off most games like 15 of 20. Denver has a run or two in them for sure so it's not like it's over anyways.
Why does it seem like it's soo one sided? I hate to sound like one of those kids insisting the NBA is rigged, but jees this seems fishy.
Having a hard time watching.
Yes, sports is never one-sided. Every game is very even. It's only one sided when there is cheating.
Ass Kicking in progress. See - game 1 was close because everyone on Denver basically played well. Everyone is not always going to play well. It's why it's better to play with stars and role players because you only need the stars to play well day after day. Denver needs a great all arround all team effort to play with OKC. That's a lot to ask.
Little bit upsetting that when Denver came out in game 1 shooting 70%, OKC got a little love from the refs.
This is the only bad experience I've had with the refs so far in these playoffs (Offensive interference and the 1st Q of Memphis-Santonio) through every game that I've watched. Bad calls happen, but that quarter was legitimately unfair to the Nugs.