Western Conference Finals Odds – Spurs at Thunder, Game 6

While the San Antonio Spurs want to repeat the finals from last year, the Oklahoma City Thunder still will have something to say about that this Saturday, when they meet in game six of the Western Conference finals at 8:30 PM ET, at Chesapeake Energy Arena.

tony_parker_thunderWhile the San Antonio Spurs want to repeat the finals from last year, the Oklahoma City Thunder still will have something to say about that this Saturday, when they meet in game six of the Western Conference finals at 8:30 PM ET, at Chesapeake Energy Arena.

The Spurs lead the series 3-2, but they haven’t won at OKC since May of 2012; since then, they’ve accumulated nine losses in a row in that building

“We know their plays, they know our plays, and we just have to be able to execute with maximum effort to give ourselves a chance to get a stop,” Thunder coach Scott Brooks said. “That’s what it comes down to.”

“It seems like the home team each time looks to have the greater passion or physicality,” he said. “That’s hard to measure because both teams want to win just as bad as the other.”

For OKC is about trying to adjust once again, especially after the 117-89 Spurs victory in game five.

“The adjustments that the coaches made were very efficient tonight,” Spurs Boris Diaw said after the game. “We tried to space the floor a little more. We came back to the way we were aggressive in the first two games. Going from good to great. That’s what Pop has asked all year, that’s what we’ve been doing all year.”

The NBA Betting spread have the Thunder as 3.5 point favorites and the game total for game six is at 206.5 points.

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