OKC Thunder: Danilo Gallinari 5 best games feature scoring masterclass

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JANUARY 04: Danilo Gallinari #8 of the OKC Thunder shoots over Alfonzo McKinnie #28 of the Cleveland Cavaliers (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Danilo Gallinari has become a go-to guy in his first year with the OKC Thunder which features a legion of 3-point daggers and a milestone in Golden State.

Danilo Gallinari has experienced an excellent first year with the OKC Thunder. From his first few months with the team, it was clear he was a keeper.

The Italian with a magic touch is a scoring assassin who is all about team play. Swish after swish, he has continued to put up big numbers for the Thunder and has become an integral part of the new Clutch era.

Throughout Gallinari’s 12 year career in the NBA he has always played a consistent offensive game. The forward has a knack for shooting and looks effortless every game as he masters his stroke.

This has proven to have a remarkable impact on the team and is why OKC did everything they could to keep Gallinari when trade talks intensified in February.

In 2019-20 he is averaging 19.2 points which are just shy of team-leading Shai Gilgeous-Alexander‘s average of 19.3. Gallinari is also recording an average of 5.5 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game.

This year, Gallinari has contributed more than just his great game and shown his dedication to helping the community, especially during these challenging times.

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The Thunder forward donated COIVD-19 testing kits and supplies to the city of Oklahoma and has shown nothing but class and generosity to its people.

This is also one of the things Thunder Nation has come to appreciate and admire about Gallinari as he continues to show that for him it’s about much more than just basketball.

As he has amazed us both on and off the court, he has put together some spectacular performances.

Here are Gallinari’s top 5 games this season.

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