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(AP) -- The Oklahoma City Thunder survived a frenzied and controversial finish in Game 2 to seize home-court advantage from the San Antonio Spurs.
The Spurs can regain it by earning a rare playoff win in Oklahoma City when the well-rested teams square off again Friday night.
The Thunder nearly blew a four-point lead in the final 15 seconds before holding on for a 98-97 victory Monday, and the NBA ruled the next day that there were five incorrect non-calls in that closing stretch. Oklahoma City's Dion Waiters was part of perhaps the most high-profile one, pushing Manu Ginobili away with his elbow on an inbounds play with 13.5 seconds to go.MORE
- Spurs-Thunder Preview
- NBA: 5 incorrect non-calls at end of Spurs-Thunder game
- Thunder hold on beat Spurs 98-97, even series at 1-1
- Oklahoma City still embarrassed by lopsided loss
- Aldridge has 38 points, Spurs rout Thunder 124-92 in Game 1
|3/5/2016||Nazr Mohammed||Signed as Free Agent|
|2/18/2016||Randy Foye||Traded Part of three player deal|
|4/18/2016||Mitch McGary||Personal reasons|