By Randy Renner
For much of the game the Thunder weren't even really in it, Memphis jumped out to a big early lead, up by 20 in the first half, and the home team looked lost.
Then, as we've seen happen before in this series, the team that was down rose up, rallied to tie and then take the lead, only to lose yet again in overtime. And for the third time in this series it was the Thunder that came up just a little bit short.
One point, just one away from winning in regulation.
Tuesday night the final was 100-99 Grizzlies and it had more twists and turns than a soap opera and even a bit of a bizarre incident in the closing seconds of overtime.