The Oklahoma City Thunder look to snap a six-game losing streak when visiting the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday. Oklahoma City is last in the Northwest division at 20-48 and 22 games behind the first-place Utah Jazz. The Thunder were defeated by the Charlotte Hornets 134-116 on Monday. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander was the leading scorer for Oklahoma City with 32 points but the Thunder were careless with the ball, turning it over 18 times, while Charlotte committed only five turnovers.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is the leading scorer and leader in assists with averages of 24.0 points and 5.9 assists per game, while the leading rebounder is Darius Bazley with an average of 6.5 rebounds per game. Oklahoma City has only two players averaging double-figures in scoring and as a team the Thunder are scoring an average of 102.6 points per game.
San Antonio looks to snap a two-game losing streak when hosting Oklahoma City on Wednesday. The Spurs are fourth in the Southwest Division at 26-43 and 21 games behind the first-place Memphis Grizzlies. San Antonio was defeated by the Minnesota Timberwolves 149-139 on Monday. The Spurs defense gave up 60 points to Minnesota Karl-Anthony Towns. The leading scorer for San Antonio was Keldon Johnson with 34 points.
Dejounte Murray is leading San Antonio in scoring and assists with averages of 20.7 points and 9.3 assists per game, while Jakob Poeltl is the leading rebounder with an average of 9.2 rebounds per game. San Antonio has six players averaging double-figures in scoring and as a team the Spurs are scoring an average of 112.5 points per game. San Antonio is shooting 46.7% overall and 35.0% from three-point territory.