Oklahoma Thunder silenced by Detroit Piston powerComments
Oklahoma City Thunder suffered in The Palace at the hands of the Detroit Pistons.
The Pistons silenced the Thunder 88-82 to end Oklahoma’s eight game winning streak.
.— NBA (@NBA) March 30, 2016
DetroitPistons</a> hold off <a href="https://twitter.com/okcthunder">OKCThunder for an 88-82 victory led by Marcus Morris' 24 PTs. #OKCatDETpic.twitter.com/cLVma7oRKN
The Thunder rested All-Star forward Kevin Durant and the powerful Serge Ibaka giving Detroit a boost before tip-off.
Now 7th in the East! #DetroitBasketballpic.twitter.com/hk8Zn2eHSH— Detroit Pistons (@DetroitPistons) March 30, 2016
Marcus Morris provided 24 points for the Pistons as Detroit exceeded expectations.
The third quarter was where the Thunder lost control.
Oklahoma City scored just nine points, the lowest scoring quarter in the Thunders season.
Detroit Pistons 88-82 Oklahoma City Thunder.