Thunder hoping for second-half surge
BY DARNELL MAYBERRY NewsOK.com
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
2/19/13 at 5:37 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY - Kobe Bryant was asked Sunday, following his 15th consecutive All-Star Game, whether it will be difficult to flip on the switch again coming out of the league's annual break.
"My switch never went off," he said. "It was on all weekend."
Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant might not be able to say the same.
Judging by how Oklahoma City sputtered into the All-Star break, it's hard to not think the Thunder turned it off sometime ago. Now, with the season in the home stretch, the Thunder seems to be in a position of needing to relocate its proverbial switch before flicking it back on.
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Original Print Headline: Thunder looks to finish strong
Kevin Durant dunks over Chris Bosh during the first half of the NBA All-Star game on Sunday in Houston. ERIC GAY / Associated Press
Russell Westbrook goes up for a dunk during the first half of the NBA All-Star game on Sunday in Houston. PAT SULLIVAN / Associated Press