Brett Dawson’s analysis: Thunder holds off Celtics 127-123

Brett Dawson’s analysis: Thunder holds off Celtics 127-123

The Thunder added to its run of impressive wins Tuesday, beating NBA-leading Boston 127-123 at Paycom Center. Brett Dawson offers his postgame reaction.

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By Sellout Crowd Network

| Jan 3, 2024, 6:29am CST

Sellout Crowd Network

By Sellout Crowd Network

Jan 3, 2024, 6:29am CST

The Celtics found a way to slow Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s scoring — there’s a reason they’re the NBA’s best team — but his Thunder teammates made big plays to fight off a Boston rally. Brett Dawson checks in from the latest in a string of impressive OKC wins. 

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