0: Fast-break points by the Spurs. They didn’t have one fast-break scoring opportunity. The Thunder scored 21 points in transition, converting seven of 10 attempts.
2: Combined 3-pointers by Spurs guards Danny Green and Manu Ginobili on six attempts. That duo went 16-for-28 from 3-point range in Games 2 and 3.
7: Turnovers by the Thunder, a series-low. San Antonio scored 11 points off the Thunder’s turnovers. The Thunder scored 21 points off the Spurs’ 13 turnovers.
14: Made free throws by Thunder guard Russell Westbrook on 14 attempts. The Spurs went 17-for-22 from the foul line.
20: Total number of steals and blocked shots by the Thunder.
27: Biggest lead by the Thunder, which never trailed in the final three quarters.
36: Points in the paint for the Spurs. The Thunder had 44. San Antonio outscored Oklahoma City 120-74 in the paint in the first two games. The Thunder outscored the Spurs 90-76 in Games 3 and 4.
39.8: Percent shooting by San Antonio, the second straight game that the Spurs were held under 40 percent shooting.
71: Combined points scored by Westbrook and Durant. San Antonio’s starters scored 39 points.