Thunder-Grizzlies Game 2 by the numbers: Game features 27 lead changes

A look behind the numbers of Game 2 of Oklahoma City and Memphis' Western Conference Semifinals series.
BY JOHN ROHDE Modified: May 8, 2013 at 12:02 am •  Published: May 7, 2013
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34: Consecutive postseason games of 20-plus points for Kevin Durant; third to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (57) and Michael Jordan (47) in the last 40 seasons.

27: Number of lead changes. The most in an NBA playoff game since 2009.

14: Combined consecutive missed field goals for Thunder to start each game — 0 for 10 in Game 1; 0 for 4 in Game 2.

92.3: Free-throw percentage in first half for Memphis (12 for 13).

57.9: Free-throw percentage in second half for Memphis (11 for 19).

17: First-half points for Memphis center Marc Gasol.

13: Second-quarter points for OKC reserve guard Derek Fisher.

13: Fourth-quarter points for Memphis point guard Mike Conley.


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