Thunder vs. Knicks: Live Analysis, Score Updates and Highlights
Kevin Durant scored 34 points to counter JR Smith's season-high 36 points in a game that came down to the last shot--a missed jumper by Smith that gave the Thunder a 95-94 victory.
JR Smith was just 2-of-9 in the 4Q with 3 misses late, including last shot. Thunder win 95-94, Durant had 34. Smith 36.â€” Brian Windhorst (@WindhorstESPN) March 8, 2013
The Thunder hold on for a 95-94 win over the Knicks in New York.
JR Smith's attempt at a game-winner is no good.
Basketball gods... if you can hear me... please let JR Smith hit a game winner. Amen.â€” Phillip Barnett (@imsohideouss) March 8, 2013
Kevin Durant's shot is off. Jason Kidd grabs the rebound and calls timeout.
Westbrook 5/9 FG and no turnovers in first quarter; 3/13 FG and five turnovers ever since.â€” John Rohde (@RohdeOK) March 8, 2013
Russell Westbrook's long jumper rims off and the Knicks have possession with 38.6 seconds remaining, down 1.
Kenyon Martin fouled out in just 17 minutes of action.â€” Alex Raskin (@alexraskinNYC) March 8, 2013
Kenyon Martin checks in for the Knicks.
Kevin Durant has stepped up in the second half and now has 32 points.
This is a tough situation for Mike Woodson. He really needs Tyson Chandler for defense, but Thunder have Kevin Durant at the 4.â€” Nate Taylor (@ByNateTaylor) March 8, 2013
J.R. Smith drills his 6th three of the night.
Things are getting heated between J.R. Smith and Thabo Sefolosha. Double techs callled. Stoudemire still asking for a foul.â€” Alex Raskin (@alexraskinNYC) March 8, 2013
The Thunder shooting just 34.5% in the second half after shooting 56% in the first half.
Westbrook is 3 of 11 since the first quarter. Like J.R., I figure he'll keep shooting.â€” Brian Mahoney (@briancmahoney) March 8, 2013
Durant with 6 turnovers in this game, and it feels like at least another 3 near-turnovers.â€” bandwagonknick (@bandwagonknick) March 8, 2013
Kevin Martin's quick three puts the Thunder up two. Official timeout.
Love how KD didn't try to lobby for a flagrant. You could see him saying "good foul"â€” Marcus Thompson (@gswscribe) March 8, 2013
Kenyon Martin with a hard foul.
Kenyon Martin called for a flagrant - got lot of ball first. Reversed on review. Either way, fans (and probably Mike Woodson) love it.â€” Steve Popper (@StevePopper) March 8, 2013
J.R. Smith has season-high 31 points at end of 3rd quarter. Last time Smith scored 30+ points was March 12, 2011â€” ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) March 8, 2013
Reggie Jackson hits the three for the Thunder's first basket of the quarter.
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