After a poor first half where the Oklahoma City Thunder trailed the San Antonio Spurs by 17, the Thunder made a comeback attempt in the second half but they still came up short losing 114-105. In the second half Kevin Durant came alive and scored 14 of his 25 points in his second half, and Russell Westbrook scored 36 points but it was not enough.
The Spurs offense was on tonight as they shot 52 percent from the field and had five players in double figures with three scoring over 20 points with Tony Parker leading the Spurs with 25.
The Thunder did overcome a 26-point first half deficit and cut it to two points to 107-105 on a Durant three-point shot. However, that would be the last points that the Thunder would score in the game and the Spurs scored the final seven points.
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