Thunder Players Hold Closed Door Meeting After Another Loss

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The Oklahoma City Thunder have had a bumpy road to start the 2017-2018 NBA regular season but their 4-game losing streak has apparently frustrated players.

Posting a 4-7 to start the season, the Thunder notched their 4th straight loss to the Denver Nuggets on Thursday.

That loss motivated Thunder players to hold a closed door meeting to address their issues and try to find a solution.

“It was just good to get everything out on the table,” Oklahoma City forward Paul George said, according to The Oklahoman.

“Especially where we’re at right now, it’s no good if we’re bottling it up, because then we could carry it over to the next game and the next game. Just leave everything out in the open.”

“Meetings just make sure we all stay together no matter what,” Thunder guard Raymond Felton said, according to The Norman Transcript.

“Everybody said their piece. Coach (Billy Donovan) said his piece… Right now, we going through something, and we got to stick together no matter what.”

The Thunder certainly have the talent to turn around their slow start and they are hoping the closed door meeting will be a catalyst for just that.



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