Spurs vs. Thunder: Live Score, Highlights and Reaction
Russell Westbrook scores 27 and Kevin Durant adds 25 as the Thunder hold off the Spurs, 100-88. Oklahoma City now trails San Antonio by just 1/2 game in the Western Conference.
Thunder win and now trail Spurs by 1/2 game for 1st place in Western Conference— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) April 5, 2013
The Thunder tie the season series at 2-2 following this 12-point victory. Westbrook led all scorers with 27 points and Durant added 25.
Westbrook stop and pop will do it. 98-88. He leads all scorers with 27. And Tim Duncan picks up his first foul with 4.5 sec. Crowd chuckles.— Jeff Caplan (@Caplan_NBA) April 5, 2013
OKC up 8 with under a minute left.
Tony Parker hasn't played since 7:07 mark of 4th. It's Nando De Colo's show....94-88 Spurs w 2:32 left.— Jeff Caplan (@Caplan_NBA) April 5, 2013
"Yeah. YEAH. YEAH!" -This guy after Kevin Durant's three.
Craig Sager reporting Tony Parker has been all banged up all night. Ankle, neck. Sager reporting Parker was evaluated in locker room.— Paul Garcia PS (@24writer) April 5, 2013
KD with a HUGE 3 to give the Thunder a 94-86 lead with 3:14 left in the game.— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) April 5, 2013
Danny Green swats Kendrick Perkins to prevent the easy fastbreak bucket.
OKC averaging 27.5 FTs per game. With those two, is now 8 for 9 with 5:00 remaining.— John Rohde (@RohdeOK) April 5, 2013
Tim Duncan's one-handed slam makes it a one-possession game.
When OKC moves the ball like this they're damn near impossible to beat.— Trevor Zickgraf (@yowhatupT) April 5, 2013
Kevin Durant throws down the emphatic tomahawk to give him 20 points on the night.
That dunk by KD should be worth eight points.— Royce Young (@dailythunder) April 5, 2013
Derek Fisher hits his fifth three of the night to start off the scoring for the Thunder in the fourth.
Another 12-3 run to start the quarter by OKC will pretty much doom the Spurs.— Jeff McDonald (@JMcDonald_SAEN) April 5, 2013
This would be the Spurs most impressive win of the season.— chris palmer (@ESPNChrisPalmer) April 5, 2013
Tim Duncan and Kawhi Leonard have combined for 42 and the Spurs trail by just six headed into the fourth.
Gary Neal drains the long two at the buzzer to bring the Spurs within six. San Antonio's on a 7-0 run.
Derek Fisher, single-handedly responsible for a six-point swing in San Antonio's favor.— Michael Pina (@MichaelVPina) April 5, 2013
Tim Duncan gets inside for the layup and it's now an 8-point game.
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