By The Numbers: Thunder-Mavs
Numbers to note from Monday’s 100-87 loss at Dallas.
0: Assists by Kevin Durant, the first time this season he’s failed to register a helper. In each of the first five games, Durant had dished at least three assists.
1: Loss for the Thunder, which is now 5-1. With Miami losing to Atlanta earlier in the evening Monday, the Thunder was the last unbeaten team in the league.
2: Rebounds by Durant, a season-low. Durant had pulled down at least five boards in each of the first five games.
11: Combined free throw attempts by Durant and Russell Westbrook, 5.4 fewer than the two combined to average last season.
12: Assists by the Thunder, a season-low. The Thunder had more turnovers (14) and saw its best playmakers — Westbrook, Durant, Eric Maynor and James Harden — combine for seven assists and nine turnovers. Only two Thunder players had at least two assists.
16: Biggest lead by Dallas, the largest deficit of the season for the Thunder. The previous high was 12, set last Thursday against the Mavericks.
21: Assists by Dallas. Five Mavs players had at least two assists.
28: Fast break points by the Thunder, a season-high and seven more than the team’s previous best, set against Phoenix on New Year’s Eve. OKC converted 12 of 13 fast break opportunities against the Mavs.
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