Point guard Russell Westbrook, oddly enough, averages more points, rebounds and steals in losses than wins. But perhaps a more pertinent stat is Green’s production when Durant scores 35 points or more. The Thunder is just 1-3 in those games. Green eclipsed his season average of 14.3 points only once, shot just 40 percent and averaged a mere four rebounds in the three losses. In the one win, a 127-108 victory over Washington, Green had 19 points and 14 rebounds, providing Durant with a steady and sufficient second option. "Jeff is a strong-minded player, so I know if he has a bad game, the next one he’s going to have a great one,” Durant said. Green’s statistics at times can be misleading. He has a knack for making smart plays that don’t show up on the stat sheet, like the pass that leads to the assist or a box out or tip on the defensive end that doesn’t end in him snaring the rebound but allows a teammate to corral it. "When he rebounds, that really helps us,” said Thunder coach Scott Brooks. "Do I like him making shots? Yes. But I like him rebounding just as much for us. If he can get to seven or eight rebounds a game it helps.” Text "OKTHUNDER” to 65360 for your chance to win 2 tickets to OKC Thunder vs. Detroit on December 18.