The scoring came from an unlikely source in the Thunders 109-103 win over the San Antonio Spurs in a game which the Thunder tied the Western Conference series at two games apiece. The additional scoring help came from power forward Serge Ibaka who scored a playoff career-high 26 points and in the process had the best field goal shooting percentage in one playoff game since 1985.
That scoring was needed as Russell Westbrook was held to seven points and James Harden only managed 11 points. Even Kevin Durant Struggled in this game for the first half where he only put up eight points.
In the second half it was all Durant who who scored 13 straight at one point in the game and 18 in the fourth quarter en route to putting up 31 on the night. Center Kendrick Perkins also had a great night by scoring 15 points and grabbing nine rebounds.
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