Thunder Fall To Wizards In Their First Home Game.

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.

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