The Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Miami Heat 106-94 Tuesday night. Here are some key Thunder digits on how Oklahoma City became victorious.
The amount of rebounds for Russell Westbrook, Steven Adams and Enes Kanter. The trio combined to out-rebound Miami 33-32. Westbrook had 17, while Adams and Kanter had 8 each.
The number of points in the paint for the Thunder. Oklahoma City leads the league in points in the paint per game.
Bench points for the Thunder. Oklahoma City was led by Kanter (19), Alex Abrines (14) and Jerami Grant (10).
The bench’s scoring average the past nine games. The bench hasn’t scored less than 36 points since the Thunder’s loss to Houston, where they scored just 24.
The Thunder’s record when leading after three quarters. In 2015-16, the Thunder had the most blown fourth quarter leads in the NBA.
Oklahoma City’s record this season when Westbrook has a triple-double. OKC is also 45-7 over his career.
The amount of time it took for Westbrook to get his league-leading 15th triple-double. It was the third-quickest he got one this year. The rest of the league has 18 triple-doubles combined.
Abrines from three the past four games. He’s also scored 10 or more points in three of the four games.
The Thunder’s record when Adams scores 15 or more points.
The Thunder made 42-of-82 shots tonight, their fourth straight game shooting above 50 percent.
The Thunder’s current position in the Western Conference standings. They trail the Clippers by 1.5 games and lead Memphis by one game. Oklahoma City plays at Memphis at 7 p.m. Thursday.