Taking a look at the Oklahoma City Thunder as they head into the playoffs starting Sunday against Houston.
How'd they finish?
Really well, actually. The Thunder got through a tough portion of April with wins over San Antonio and at Indiana in back-to-back nights and then passed and wrapped up the top-seed in the Western Conference. At 60-22, it's the best record for Oklahoma City since they relocated from Seattle.
The Thunder finished 7-3 in their last 10 games, and that includes a loss to Milwaukee Wednesday when Kevin Durant and others didn't play, due to the top spot already having been secured.
Are they healthy?
Don't worry about Wednesday's game against the Bucks. It was not an indicator of the team's health. Everyone is fine and the Thunder will go into their game Sunday against Houston in good shape.
What's the problem?
At this point, the biggest issue for the Thunder is playing with expectations. A season ago, Oklahoma City made the Finals. This time around they are e...