Last night the Oklahoma City Thunder played the Washington Wizards in their first game at home at Chesapeake Energy Arena. The final score was 85-97 giving the Thunder a record of 0-2 and the Wizards a record of 1-1.
The Thunder’s top performer was recently acquired guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander who scored 28 points on 10/17 shooting from the field which is equal to 58.8%. He scored 6 points from beyond the arc on 50% shooting and he scored 6 points from the free throw line on 75% shooting. He also grabbed 7 rebounds that were all defensive, he dished out 4 assists, got 2 steals and 3 blocks.
Thunder’s disappointing performance came from Terrance Ferguson who in 22 minutes scored 0 points and got 0 assists, he only got 4 rebounds and a block.
The Wizards top performance came from Thomas Bryant who got a double-double with 21 points and 11 rebounds. He also got 2 assists, 2 steals and 3 blocks. He did this in 31 minutes.
The Wizards’ disappointing performance came from Ish Smith who played 33 minutes and scored 25% of his shots from the field scoring 4 points. He went 0-3 from 3-point range, he got 2 rebounds and 5 assists and 1 steal. He also had 3 personal fouls.
Overall the Thunder shot 33-83 from the field which equals 39.8%. They shot 5-23 from beyond the arc which equates to 21.7%. They had 49 total rebounds, 14 assists, 6 blocks, 7 steals, 18 turnovers and 18 personal fouls.
The Wizards shot 39-97 from the field which is equivalent to 40.2%, they shot 11-41 from 3-point range which is 26.8%. They had 47 total rebounds, 21 assists, 6 blocks, 9 steals, 15 turnovers and 21 personal fouls.