Game 2: Spurs vs. Thunder by the Numbers
The San Antonio Spurs hold off a fourth quarter rally by the Oklahoma City Thunder to take a 2-0 series lead in their Western Conference Finals playoff series. How did the Spurs won it? Let's dig in some numbers.
80.6 - The Thunder continues to do a great job at the foul line making 29-of-36 attempts (80.6 percent). The Spurs had their share but only converted 23-of-35 free throws (65.7 percent)
55.1 - San Antonio shot a blistering 55.1 percent (43-of-78) from the field, while holding Oklahoma to 42 percent (37-of-88) shooting from the floor.
47.1 - Both teams shot well from behind the arc, the Thunder made 8-of-17 (47.1 percent) of their 3-point attempts, while the Spurs hit 11-of-26 (42.3 percent) from the 3-point line.
46 - After being mauled by the Spurs in Game 1 inside the paint, Oklahoma beat San Antonio on inside points 46-42.
41 - The Spurs edge the Thunder on the boards 41-40.
34 - Tony Parker led San Antonio with a game-high 34 points.
31 - Kevin Durant led the Thunder with 31 points.
30 - James Harden responded with 30 points off the bench for Oklahoma.
27 - For three quarters, San Antonio displayed an offensive clinic, sharing the ball to perfection. They finished with 27 assists to Oklahoma's 19.
26 - After playing 34 minutes in Game 1, Manu Ginobili finished with 20 points in 26 minutes of action. The Thunder outscored the Spurs on fast break points 26-10.
20 - The Spurs became the 4th team in the NBA history to win 20 consecutive games.
18 - Rookie Kawhi Leonard turnout his best performance in the playoffs so far, finishing with 18 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks for San Antonio.
10 - After being held scoreless in Game 1, Danny Green chipped in 10 points and five rebounds for the Spurs. Oklahoma committed just 10 turnovers throughout the game, the Spurs had 13.
8 - Both teams had eight blocks apiece. Serge Ibaka and Tim Duncan had four blocks for their respective teams. Duncan moved past Hakeem Olajuwon for second in career playoff blocks.
2 - Derek Fisher and Duncan both went 2-of-11 from the field, but finished in double figures. Fisher scored 10 points for Oklahoma, while Duncan had 11 points, 12 rebounds and six assists for San Antonio.
0 - Russell Westbrook finished with 27 points, eight assists and zero turnovers in 41 minutes for the Thunder.
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