May 8, 2014, 8:46 AM EDT
Sixty-three points on 52.3 percent shooting, plus 22 rebounds and 19 assists.
That’s not the only reason the Thunder evened their series at 1-1 — the Thunder defended the pick-and-roll much better and contained Chris Paul, OKC also got some balanced scoring and help from Serge Ibaka and Thabo Sefalosha.
But when Westbrook and Durant are both aggressive, both knocking down shots, both making plays like they did Wednesday night, they can beat any team in the land. Just ask the Clippers.
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