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After losing their first game at home in game 3, the Oklahoma City Thunder wanted to come back with a vengeance. Going into game, the Thunder wanted to win a game at home before going back to San Antonio for game 5. It didn’t look good at first, as they were down 27-17 at the end of the first quarter.
However, that didn’t matter in the end, as Thunder power forward Kevin Durant decided to take over the game with point guard Russell Westbrook by his side. Durant tied his postseason high of 41 points. Even though Westbrook had a rough shooting night, he got 15 assists for the team. Going into game 5 in San Antonio, the Thunder will look to take a 3-2 series lead and go back home for game 6 and win the series over the Spurs, while the Spurs will try to get back on the right track.