I am not sold yet on OKC. They get good benefit from easier schedule than Spurs and won 11 in a row. This is going to catch up with them by the end of the year.
By the way here is NBA Scheduling b!@tches on the OKC - Spurs games for OKC:
Next Matchup between Spurs/OKC Mon March 11th
OKC will be on the road on a second B2B where they play vs Boston at home on Sun early tip off game at 12:00 pm NOON Thursday April 4th
then OKC at home would be rested for 4 days
Since they play before that on Sat March 30th on the road vs Milwaukee
Fist game we played OKC on Thursday Nov 1st
in San Antonio where they were rested almost a week since Wednesday Oct 24th pre season game.
OKC played at home vs San Antonio where they were rested for 3 days since Friday Dec 14th they played vs Sacramento at home... They were rested and ready.
Now how is that fair. 1 of the 4 games OKC are on a B2B while Spurs have all those match ups on a B2B games?