11,941: Total minutes played for Kevin Durant since 2009-10 season, the most for any NBA player. LeBron James is next at 11,232.
681: Total blocks the last three seasons for Serge Ibaka, who has led the league each year. Dwight Howard is next with 488.
439: Consecutive games played for Russell Westbrook before suffering a knee injury April 24 in Game 2 against Houston.
113: Consecutive home sellouts — 88 in the regular season; 25 in the postseason.
95.7: Crowd capacity percentage for road games this season, third in the NBA behind the Heat (99.1) and Lakers (99.0).
95: Technical fouls this season, second in the NBA to the Los Angeles Clippers (101).
26.59: Career scoring average for Durant, which ranks No. 7 in NBA history and trails only James (27.56) among active players.
20-0: Record this season when Thunder shot between 50 and 54 percent from the field.
21-1: Record when opponent shot less than 40 percent.
7-0: Record when three players scored 20-plus.
5-0: Record when six players scored 10-plus.
28-3: Record when five players scored 10-plus.
54-4: Record when leading after three quarters, including 32-1 at home (32-0 before season finale against Milwaukee).
40-4: Record when finishing with more assists than opponent.
17-16: Record when finishing with fewer assists than opponent.
12-12: Record in games decided by six points or less.
3-6: Record in games decided by three points or less.
3-5: Postseason record in games decided by six points or less.
.820: Team's combined free-throw percentage the last three seasons while leading the NBA each year. Portland is second at .792.
.059: Regular-season winning percentage before Westbrook became a starter in 2008-09 season (1-16).
.621: Regular-season winning percentage since Westbrook became a starter (234-143).
.726: Regular-season winning percentage with Kendrick Perkins as a starter (119-45).
.679: Overall winning percentage the last four seasons, trailing only San Antonio (.702) and Miami (.696) in that time frame.
.333: Winning percentage the last three playoff series (6-12 vs. Miami, Houston and Memphis).
.5964: Kevin Martin's career true shooting percentage, which ranks No. 19 in NBA history. Durant ranks No. 24 all-time at .5929.
-0.7: Player Efficiency Rating (PER) for Perkins in this year's playoffs, lowest in NBA history and the only player with a negative rating.