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38-14, 1st in Northwest

Kevin Durant takes his shot

The former NBA MVP stayed in the Bay Area an extra day after the Thunder's loss to the Warriors to attend Super Bowl 50.

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Thunder's duo come up big in loss

Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook each turned in a double-double in the loss to Golden State on Saturday. The Thunder are 2-2 this season when KD and Westbrook each deliver a 20-point double-double.

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KD's big game vs. Warriors

Kevin Durant's performance on Saturday wasn't enough for the Thunder to get a road win. According to Elias, Durant joined Blake Griffin and Karl Malone as the only players in the last 40 seasons to score 40 points and grab 14 rebounds against the defending champ.


Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant on knowing that the Thunder will likely have to go through the Warriors eventually. "We're not ducking nobody."

Wilbon: Thunder need more than Durant, Westbrook (1:04)
Warriors pass test against Thunder (1:28)
Barnes: We wanted to make a statement (1:55)
Thompson hits the three, Curry hits the dab (0:24)
Curry calls atmosphere 'playoff type' (1:09)

Warriors survive Thunder rally

Oklahoma City came back from down double digits to tie the game late, but key plays by Stephen Curry sealed the 116-108 win. Golden State moves to 46-4 on the season. Box score

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Impressive second half from the Thunder falls short. Warriors score just 43 points, but execute in the final three minutes to hold on 116-108. Durant had 40 and 14 rebounds, Westbrook 27 and 12 assists, Kanter 14 and 15 rebounds in 20 minutes.


Thunder come all the way back

After trailing by as many as 19 points, Oklahoma City has come all the way back to tie the game 104-104 with just over 3 minutes in the game. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Impressive second half performance from the Thunder, win or lose. Have cut a 20-point deficit to tie the game with three minutes left. Warriors with just 31 second half points.


Thunder scraping to get back in game

After giving up 73 points in the first half, Oklahoma City has held Golden State to 18 in the third and 8 in the fourth as the Thunder trail 99-95 midway through the fourth. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Jeff Van Gundy shouldn't call Beyonce 'Bey' (0:18)

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors up 91-83 on the Thunder, after some good 3rd quarter defense closes the gap a bit. Looked like the Warriors were turning this into a blowout, but OKC has fought to make it a game again. Curry is getting swarmed and switched aggressively and thus has had very few clean looks. He's 7-of-17 for 20 points

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Thunder win the third 24-18 to cut it to 91-83 headed to the fourth. Durant with 30, Westbrook with 23 and 9 assists. Really big opening minutes ahead for the OKC bench to start the fourth.

Curry dropping dimes (0:10)
Curry schools Thunder defense (0:10)
Celebrities out in force in Golden State (0:12)

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant on GSW assistant Ron Adams: "We always had a great relationship. He was hard on me. He expected a lot out of me and that's the type of coaching I like and he never shied away from how he thought. Always spoke his mind to me so I'm always going to respect him, always going to be family to me. Whatever team he goes to man, he imposes his will and just changed the whole thought process of the team. He's a great assistant."

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors up on the Thunder 73-59 at the half. Durant has 23 points, Curry's only made one 3-pointer, and yet, Thunder are down by a lot on account of their defense getting shredded

Warriors throttling Thunder at the half

The most 70+ point games in the first half this season:

  • Golden State: 9 (including tonight)
  • Rest of NBA: 9
The Warriors are cruising 73-59 at intermission. Halftime stats

Team Stats

Points Per Game109.72nd
Rebounds Per Game47.92nd
Assists Per Game22.211th
Points Allowed101.918th

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