BY THE NUMBERS
3: Technical fouls called on players Sunday. Fifteen technical have been called on players in the four games.
5: Fourth-quarter turnovers by the Thunder. Three of them came from Kevin Durant, who had eight of the Thunder’s 16 for the game. The Clippers finished with just nine.
6: Missed free throws on seven attempts by Clippers center DeAndre Jordan. He’s now just 3 of 17 from the foul line in this series.
15: First-quarter points for the Clippers, tying the fewest allowed in any period in the Thunder’s playoff history.
18: Missed 3-pointers on 21 attempts by the Clippers. Since going 15-for-29 from 3-point range in Game 1, L.A. is just 19-for-74 (25.6 percent) from that distance.
22: Biggest lead by the Thunder. OKC led by 16 with 9:19 to go.
38: Fourth-quarter points scored by the Clippers. L.A. scored its final 35 points in 81/2 minutes.
40: Points scored by Kevin Durant. It was his first 40-point game this postseason and his 15th game this season with at least 40 points.
45: Rebounds by the Clippers. The Thunder had 43, marking the first time OKC has been out-rebounded this postseason.
52: Points scored in the paint by the Clippers. The Thunder had just 32. In the previous two games, the Thunder had outscored the Clippers in the paint, 100-84.