Despite one hell of an effort from the Houston Rockets in Game Two, so far business has been taken care of by the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Thunder remain seated atop their No. 1 seed throne maintaining home-court advantage by going up 2-0 in the series with their two initial home games. This is obviously a great sign for OKC. Houston showed promise in Game Two as well, though. Which is promising for their fans as the two teams head back down to Texas for the next two games. While it's been two wins for Oklahoma City, plenty of story-lines have emerged to look forward to in Houston.
Durant and Westbrook
Another great sign for the Thunder is that it seems that after all of the hub-bub that surrounds these two guys on a constant basis Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook have been on the exact same page. No need to scrutinize over their shot attempts thus far. Each of the two players went 7-for-15 from the field in Game One. In Game Two, Westbrook went 10-for-26 alongside Dur...