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Thunder Vs. Spurs Halftime Score: San Antonio Up Big On Oklahoma City, 65-48

The Thunder are putting their 18-3 home record on the line when they hos the Spurs

The Oklahoma City Thunder are playing possibly the worst first half of basketball this season as they are getting manhandled by the San Antonio Spurs and are trailing 65-48, and at home no less where the Thunder have lost only three games all year. The Spurs are shooting a blistering 58 percent from the field and are being led in scoring by DeJuan Blair who has 18 points and Tony Parker has 14 points.

As for the Thunder they are shooting only 38 percent as a team and Russell Westbrook does have 16 points and James Harden has 10, but Kevin Durant is struggling with only nine first half points on two-of-seven shooting.

The Thunder have been beat out in most categories tonight as they have been out rebounded 26-17 and the Spurs have forced eight turnovers with seven coming off of steals.

Through the first two quarter the Thunder has struggled in nearly every aspect of the game and they need to improve their shooting and play some defense if they are to come back in the second half.

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