A statistical look at the Golden State Warriors’ 133-105 loss to the host Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday:
2: Warriors who reached double-digit scoring: guards Stephen Curry (24) and Klay Thompson (18).
4: Losses for the Warriors during this postseason.
8: Blocked shots for the Thunder. The Warriors had one.
12: Double doubles for Thunder guard Russell Westbrook in the postseason, which leads the NBA. He had 30 points and 12 assists Sunday.
14: Warriors who scored points in Sunday’s game. Only forward Anderson Varejao, who played 5 minutes, failed to score.
22: Fast-break points for the Thunder in the first half.
25: Points the Thunder led by at halftime.
33: Points for Thunder forward Kevin Durant, a game high.
41: Largest lead in the game for the Thunder, and the Warriors’ biggest deficit all season.
45: Points in the third quarter for the Thunder, which was two less than the Warriors scored in the first half.
62: Points in the paint for the Thunder.
72: Points for the Thunder in the first half, the most scored by a Warriors opponent this season.
89.2: Free-throw percentage for the Thunder, who went 33 for 37 at the line.
133: Final points for the Thunder, the second most the Warriors have surrendered this season (they lost 137-105 at Portland on Feb. 19).
Compiled by Noel Harris