Players and analysts break down Game 2
May, 20, 2011
Mavs' Dirk Nowitzki, Tyson Chandler, DeShawn Stevenson and Jason Kidd comment following Game 2, saying the Thunder "wanted it more" and that they "took them lightly."
Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle looks ahead to Game 3 and says his team has to take the Game 2 loss personally.
Chuck Cooperstein weighs in on Game 2, the adjustments on Dirk, and the bench play from the Thunder. Coop says the Thunder just wanted to win more than the Mavs.
Russell Westbrook didn't play in the fourth quarter of Game 2. Skin fears Westbrook going home with something to prove while Ben says the 22-year-old will have a hard time recovering.
ESPN 103.3's Matt Mosley gives his take on Dallas' loss to Oklahoma City in Game 2 and looks ahead to Game 3.
ESPN NBA Insider Chris Broussard says it's a growing process for Thunder PG Russell Westbrook. Broussard didn't have a problem with Westbrook being left on the bench for the 4th quarter.
Will Perdue weighs in on Oklahoma City's win at Dallas in Game 2, Russell Westbrook, Scott Brooks, Eric Maynor and more.
710 ESPN in Los Angeles' Dave Miller breaks down Game 2 of Mavs-Thunder and says there are no problems between Thunder stars Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.
Five-time NBA champion Steve Kerr comments on Udonis Haslem's impact on the Heat-Bulls series, thinks LeBron has grown, says Derrick Rose has to take chances, agreed with Russell Westbrook's benching, and likes Rick Adelman to coach L.A.