Game 5 ended so late Wednesday night, perhaps some of you weren't thinking clearly when the contest ended.
Exactly how, pray tell, did the Oklahoma City Thunder erase a nine-point deficit in the closing minutes to post a heart-thumping, series-clinching 100-97 victory over the Denver Nuggets inside a crazed Oklahoma City Arena?
Which play was most important?
A) Serge Ibaka's block of a Kenyon Martin layup that would have given the Nuggets an 11-point lead.
B) Ibaka's block of Nene's follow attempt on the same possession, which James Harden somehow saved from going out of bounds deep in the corner.
C) Kevin Durant's 3-pointer seven seconds later that pulled the Thunder to within 91-85 and started him on a breathtaking flurry of 5-for-6 shooting from the field.
D) Nene's missed dunk that would have rebuilt his team's lead to eight.
E) Harden's block of Arron Afflalo's fade-away 10-footer that Kendrick Perkins rebounded and eventually led to a Durant 13-footer to make the score 91-88.
F) Ty Lawson's two missed free throws. He was 19 for 19 in the series to that point.
G) Harden's 3-pointer deep in the left-hand corner that tied the score at 91 with 1:50 left, which came after Denver was unable to secure a rebound off Durant's last miss of the game.
H) Durant's step-back 15-footer that re-tied the score at 93.
I) Durant's floating 10-footer in the lane while being fouled, which he converted into a three-point play to give the Thunder the lead 96-95.
J) Ibaka's block of a Nene dunk attempt with 35.8 seconds left.
K) Durant's over-and-back violation with 14.8 seconds left that was rescinded because his momentum carried him into the backcourt, where he was allowed to establish position.
L) Durant's back-door cut from 50 feet away against defender Wilson Chandler. It came off a mid-court, in-bounds play that Durant turned into a 19-footer with the shot clock about to expire, giving the Thunder a 100-97 lead with 12.0 seconds remaining.
M) Durant's volleyball spike of J.R. Smith's 3-point attempt directly in front of the OKC bench with 9.0 remaining.
N) Afflalo's missed 3-pointer at the final buzzer.
So, which play was the biggest?
All the above happened, in succession, in the final 3:41 of the contest.
The correct answer?
(O) All the above.