OKLAHOMA CITY — Things are about as serious as it can get for the Oklahoma City Thunder. They trail in their playoff series with Memphis 3-2 which puts them one loss away from elimination and the next game is in Memphis. This has been a fun series to watch.. The last four games have gone to overtime which makes for good viewing unless you're a Thunder fan. The problem for OKC is that they've lost three of those four. Add to that both Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook are a combined 31-100 in the last two games and things appear bleak for Oklahoma City. But appearances can be deceiving, according to Thunder guard Derek Fisher, an 18 year veteran with five championship rings on his resume."There aren't any things happening out there that we can't control. This is about us. Obviously you have to always give your opponent credit but this is about us being better than we've been. And we're very confident can be tomorrow(Thursday).Road teams have won 21 games so far in the playoffs. Thursday's game tips-off at 7:00 in Memphis.
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