Former Houston Rocket star Chris Paul led the Oklahoma City Thunder to a comeback victory over his old squad in Game 4 to even series. The Thunder might just be the best late-game team all season long. They've made some adjustments, won back to back games getting themselves out of 0-2 hole. The question now is can they keep the momentum up?
When it comes to the Rockets, obviously a big narrative in this matchup is James Harden. He had 32 points in Game 4, and he’s topped 30 in three of the four games so far but that doesn’t seem to be enough. What else do the Rockets need to do to get back on top?
Sports Illustrated host Kaitlin O'Toole is joined by Michael Shapiro of InsideTheRockets and Erik Gee from InsideTheThunder.
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