With three quick 3-pointers in the second quarter, Derek Fisher tied Chauncey Billups for fourth all-time with 267 playoff treys.
Fisher has quite a ways to go to move up anymore.
Ray Allen is the all-time leader with 327, Reggie Miller is second with 320 and Kobe Bryant is third with 292.
Fisher hit three 3-pointers in less than two minutes midway through the second quarter, helping the Thunder go from two back to five ahead.
The Thunder was 6 of 8 from behind the 3-point line in the first half.
WESTBROOK WON'T BE WALKING IN MEMPHIS
Russell Westbrook has been around the team since undergoing surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee.
Westbrook, who will miss the rest of the playoffs according to the Thunder, is not ready to travel with the team yet.
“It's great for him to be around the guys,” Thunder coach Scott Brooks said before Tuesday night's 99-93 loss to Memphis in Game 2. “He's an emotional, passionate leader of our team.
“The guy always has energy, good, bad or otherwise.”
Brooks also said he wouldn't have Westbrook dress out for games before he was ready to play, like the Warriors have done with David Lee.
“No, no, no,” Brooks said, shaking his head.
BROOKS STAYS UP FOR WARRIORS-SPURS
Thunder coach Scott Brooks couldn't get away from basketball Monday night.
Brooks said he watched both playoff games, staying up late to watch the Spurs come back to beat Golden State in double overtime.
“It was a great game, a great comeback,” Brooks said. “I love watching it. I love following it. I love reading boxscores ...
“My wife isn't overly thrilled about it, as we all know, but I can't get away.”
Brooks said he watched the game as a coach, a scout and a fan.
THABEET SEES SERIOUS TIME
Before the series began, Scott Brooks said he expected Hasheem Thabeet to play a role in the series after seeing just mop-up minutes in Game 1 of the series against Houston before sitting for the series' final five games.
After playing 3:37 in the opener against Memphis, Thabeet was on the floor much more in Game 2.
Thabeet entered in the first quarter for Kendrick Perkins, then saw extended time in the third and fourth as Perkins and Serge Ibaka got in foul trouble.
Thabeet was solid during his time on the floor, with three rebounds and strong defensive play while two of the Thunder's best defenders were often forced to the bench.
Thabeet had a plus-2 plus/minus in more than 12 minutes on the floor.