The Thunder concentrated for a full 48 minutes in Game 3, using discipline, will and effort to get a 102-82 victory, and if wants to replicate that outcome in Game 4, it will have to come out with the same fire. Head Coach Scott Brooks said that despite falling behind 0-2 in the series, the Thunder’s confidence hasn’t wavered and that it wants to build off its Game 3 success.

“We showed that we can compete and we did a good job last game and we have to do the same,” Brooks said. “We have to duplicate that effort and we have to play as well.”