By The Numbers: Thunder-Blazers
Numbers to note from Monday’s 111-107 overtime win at Portland.
1: Free throw attempt by Kevin Durant. It was his least amount of foul shots in a regular season game since April 13, 2011, when he played just 23 minutes in the season finale against Milwaukee.
2: 3-pointers made by Durant on eight attempts. It continues a bit of a slump from deep for Durant. In four February games, KD is now 4-for-21 (19.3 percent) from beyond the arc. In 15 January games, he was 21-for-67 from 3 (31.3 percent).
4: Overtime points scored by the Blazers. The Thunder held Portland to 1-for-9 shooting in the extra session.
7: Rebounds for KD. By finishing three shy of double digits, Durant’s streak of double-doubles ended at five games.
13: Lead changes Monday night. The two teams also exchanged the lead 13 times.
19: Points scored by James Harden…on the road! Harden was 6-for-12 from the field, the second time in as many road games that he’s shot exactly 50 percent. He’s just 1-for-8 from 3 in those games. But baby steps are better than no steps.
20: Turnovers by the Thunder. OKC had just 17 assists, marking the ninth time in 24 games that the Thunder has finished with more turnovers than assists.
23: Thunder points off Blazers turnovers. Portland committed just 13 turnovers, but the Thunder scored six more points off seven fewer Portland turnovers.
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