A few tidbits from the Oklahoma City Thunder's 133-123, triple-overtime victory over the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 4 on Monday night/Tuesday morning:
— The game took three hours, 52 minutes to complete and ended at 12:40 a.m. What remained of the sellout crowd inside FedExForum gave the Grizzlies a standing ovation in the final seconds.
— Kevin Durant (57), Marc Gasol (57), Zach Randolph (56) and Russell Westbrook (51) each played 50-plus minutes.
— Thunder reserve guard James Harden finished 35 seconds shy of playing 50 minutes, while starter Thabo Sefolosha played 15 minutes.
— Durant and Harden were a combined 0 for 9 from 3-point range before Durant buried his lone 3-pointer with 2:08 remaining in the first overtime to give OKC a 105-98 lead. Harden hit his lone 3-pointer to tie the score with 1:07 left in the second overtime. Each finished 1 for 6 beyond the arc.
— The Grizzlies easily ranked last in 3-pointers made during regular season, averaging just 3.8 per game. They hit four from with 3.5 seconds left in regulation to 9.4 seconds left in the first overtime.
“They made some incredible shots, but that's what NBA players do,” Thunder coach Scott Brooks said.
— Grizzlies point guard Mike Conley tied the score at 96 on a rainbow 3-pointer over Kendrick Perkins with 3.5 seconds left in regulation. Before that shot, Conley was 1 for 7 from the field and 0 for 2 from 3-point range. He finished 2 for 12 and 1 for 6.
— Including the regular season, OKC is now 9-3 in overtime — 2-0 in triple overtime, having previously won at New Jersey.
— Gasol finished with 26 points and 21 rebounds, marking the second straight game a Memphis player had 21 boards. Randolph had 21 points and 21 rebounds in Game 3.
— In Game 3, Durant attempted just one free throw, and that came on a technical foul. In Game 4, Durant was 16 for 18 from the line.
— In Game 3, the Grizzlies closed regulation with a 15-4 run to force overtime. In Game 4, they closed regulation with a 16-6 run to force overtime.
— In Game 3, OKC scored 10 points in the entire fourth quarter. In Game 4, it scored 13-10-14 in the three five-minute overtime periods.
— Gasol and Randolph combined for six fouls. The Thunder's frontcourt players combined for 20 fouls, with Perkins fouling out in the third overtime.
— Durant, Westbrook (10 for 11) and Harden (10 for 10) combined to convert 36 of 39 from the line.