Martin Rogers USA TODAY Published 7:37 PM EDT Apr 1, 2019 Russell Westbrook doesn’t want to talk about it. Paul George thinks it is best kept in the locker room. Dennis Schroder just doesn’t know what’s wrong. But the Oklahoma City Thunder had better come up with some answers soon to why things have gone so drastically south, because the team’s season, once full of promise, optimism and a possible MVP candidacy for George, is falling apart. The only reason you might not have noticed is because there is a vortex separating the Western Conference’s playoff teams and the hapless brigade below, so the Thunder, 7-14 since Valentine’s Day, won’t have their hearts broken by missing the postseason. GET MORE NBA: Exclusive content with our Click & Roll newsletter SEASON OVER: LeBron shut down, but still must earn fans’ loyalty However, unless there is a serious form reversal there is also no chance of them doing a shred of damage once they get there. “Next question,” Westbrook said after the team lost at home on Sunday to the Dallas Mavericks, owners of a dire 3-17 run going into the game, when asked why he thinks the Thunder have dipped so… Read full this story
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