BY THE NUMBERS
0: Blocked shots by Clippers center DeAndre Jordan. It’s the second straight game that he hasn’t had a blocked shot.
3: Triple-doubles by Russell Westbrook this postseason. He’s the fifth player in the last 25 seasons to have at least three triple-doubles in the same postseason. He joined Rajon Rondo, LeBron James, Jason Kidd and Magic Johnson.
6: Technical fouls called in Game 2. Five were on players. The other was a defensive three-second violation.
7: Combined points for Reggie Jackson and Caron Butler. Through the first two games of this series, that duo has scored just 14 points on 5-for-25 shooting.
9: Made 3-pointers by the Clippers. They had 15 in Game 1, eight of them coming from Chris Paul. After going 8-for-9 in the opening game, Paul went 2-for-5 Wednesday.
15: Offensive rebounds by the Thunder, which resulted in 17-9 edge for Oklahoma City in second-chance points.
20: Biggest lead by the Thunder.
27.2: Seconds remaining in the first half when half the lights were lost inside Chesapeake Energy Arena, causing a brief delay just before halftime.
37: First-quarter points for the Thunder, a postseason high.
48: Points scored in the paint by the Thunder. The Clippers had just 36.