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Maybe Steven Adams’ scoring is the Thunder’s offensive solution

And 7 more things from Tuesday night. The Oklahoma City Thunder have taken a lot of heat for their 8-12 start to the season, but a 100-94 win over the Jazz on Tuesday night capped off a three-game winning streak. The wins haven’t come comfortably, but a win’s a win for a team desperate to crack the top-8 in the Western Conference. OKC isn’t solved, but there’s been one real difference-maker across the streak, and his name isn’t Russ, Paul or Carmelo.
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