Did the Thunder just clinch home-court advantage?

Did the Thunder just clinch home-court advantage?

The Jenni & Berry Show: What OKC's 11-6 record in January did for its playoff and SGA's MVP hopes.

Jenni Carlson

By Jenni Carlson

| Feb 2, 2024, 12:00pm CST

Jenni Carlson

By Jenni Carlson

Feb 2, 2024, 12:00pm CST

We knew January was going to be tough for the Thunder. Seventeen games with only six at home. Eleven back-to-backs. By the end of the month, you could tell that the grind had taken its toll on OKC — and yet it still finished the month with an 11-6 record and an even firmer grip on homeport advantage in the playoffs. How did the Thunder do it? What positives emerged? What concerns? Berry and I talk about all that more on The Jenni & Berry Show.

1:55: Even though the Thunder looked tired at month’s end, an 11-6 record was a huge triumph.

3:04: Did OKC’s January performance clinch homecourt advantage in the playoffs?

7:00: Is Mark Daigneault’s trigger quicker on his rotations?

10:00: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s monster season continued with a monster January.

12:30: SGA wasn’t the only Thunder player to have a big January.

16:30: The Thunder didn’t exit January without a few concerns.

Producer: Jacquelyn Musgrove

Creative director: Michael Lane

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Jenni Carlson is a columnist with the Sellout Crowd network. Follow her on Twitter at @JenniCarlson_OK. Email [email protected].

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