GAME 5 BY THE NUMBERS
3: Missed free throws by Thunder forward Kevin Durant, who attempted only four on the night. His first pair of foul shots didn’t come until 5:21 was left in the third quarter.
4: Fast break points by the Thunder.
11: Points scored by Thunder guard Reggie Jackson. He made his first five shots but missed his final five and did not score after the opening period.
20.4: Average margin of victory in the five games.
33: Biggest lead by the Spurs.
43.2: Percent shooting by the Thunder. OKC shot 13 of 23 (56.5 percent) in the opening quarter and 22 of 58 (37.9 percent) in the final three periods.
46: Combined points by Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. Everyone else on the Thunder roster combined for 43. When Thunder coach Scott Brooks pulled Westbrook and Durant for good with 8:50 left to play, OKC trailed, 101-76.
50: Percent shooting from 3-point range by San Antonio, which made 13 of 26 shots from that distance.
55: Bench points by the Spurs. The Thunder’s reserves scored just 26 points. Through three quarters, the bench scoring was 40-13.
94: Points scored through three quarters by the Spurs. In Game 4, San Antonio scored 92 points.