The Oklahoma City Thunder came out on top of the Golden State Warriors Sunday night, 119-109. The Thunder had a 13 points advantage at halftime, and despite outscoring OKC 36-25 in the fourth quarter, Golden State was unable to close the gap in the second half. Kevin Durant had his first career triple-double, picking up 25 points, 10 assists and 13 rebounds.
Jarrett Jack and David Lee led the attempt at a fourth-quarter comeback, but the Warriors fell short. Stephen Curry was the team's leading scorer, with 22 points and 6 assists. Lee finished with 19 points and 10 rebounds, while Jack added a total of 12 points.
The Warriors shot 52.4 percent while holding the Thunder to 50.6, but three-pointers made the difference. Golden State managed only 5 of 16, but the Thunder had 13 of 20, including 3 of 5 from Durant and 5 of 7 from Kevin Martin.