Thunder still too predictable in clutch
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Updated: December 30, 2011, 4:57 PM ETBy John Hollinger | ESPN.com
AP Photo/Alonzo AdamsKevin Durant's game-winning dagger was a sight to behold, but Dallas should've seen it coming.It was the shot of the year so far, both for Kevin Durant and whoever is in charge of those extreme zoom-out shots from the top of the arena rafters. But it masked another reality: Oklahoma City still needs to figure how to make its crunch-time offense less predictable.
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