Grizzlies vs. Thunder Game 1: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
Kevin Durant scores 35 points, including the go-ahead jumper, to lead the Thunder to a 93-91 victory over the Grizzlies in Game 1. He also grabbed 15 rebounds and had 6 assists. Kevin Martin scored 25 in the win.
Kevin Durant takes over the lead the Thunder to a Game 1 victory.
Boom! OKC takes Game 1 in a thriller! 93-91 final score.— Thunder Obsessed (@ThunderObsessed) May 5, 2013
Double wow as Pondexter misses the first free throw.— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) May 5, 2013
Pondexter will shoot three free throws after this foul call.
Reggie Jackson heads to the line. 2.9 to go. OKC up 91-90.— Thunder Obsessed (@ThunderObsessed) May 5, 2013
Durant's clutch jumper.
Kevin Durant just sent the OKC crowd into a FRENZY!He has 6 of the last 7 FGs for the Thunder.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) May 5, 2013
KD hits the jumper and it's a 90-89 lead for the Grizzlies.
Kevin Durant: 1st game with 30+ Pts, 10+ Reb, 5+ Ast this postseason ... 2nd player this postseason with such a game (James Harden)— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 5, 2013
Marc Gasol comes up with the huge bucket to put the Griz up three.
Serge Ibaka comes up with the BIG block on Zach Randolph. Now has two free throws on the other end to tie the game.— NBA Sports City (@NBASportsCity) May 5, 2013
Memphis up two with 1:40 left.— Thunder Obsessed (@ThunderObsessed) May 5, 2013
KD hits the long jumper and he has 31.
Kevin Durant is BEASTING.
Someone must have told Durant he didn't get a 1st Place vote for MVP. Certainly playing like he deserved one.— NBA Guru (@NBAGuru) May 5, 2013
We're tied! 3:30 to go.— Thunder Obsessed (@ThunderObsessed) May 5, 2013
Derek Fisher hits the three and it's a two-point game, 84-82.
It's looking like that magical Q-PON buzzer beater is going to end up being important. Tight, snippy contest. MEM leads 84-79; 5:45 to play.— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) May 5, 2013
Conley's scooping layup makes it a six-point game.
Kevin Durant and Kevin Martin are combined 15-for-32. Rest of team is 11-for-36— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 5, 2013
Kevin Martin's three makes it a two-point game and forces a Memphis timeout.
Kevin Durant is in put-the-team-on-my-back mode, with 23 Pts, 11 Reb, 3 Ast after 3.Thunder trail by 9.— Numbers Never Lie (@ESPN_Numbers) May 5, 2013
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