Thunder Beats Brooklyn, By the Numbers


Nick Gallo


As the Thunder rattled off its third-straight win to cap a 4-1 East Coast road trip with a 129-116 win over the Brooklyn Nets, the team hit a number of milestones, in addition to jumping up above .500 with a 5-4 record in the early going of the season. Take a deeper look at the standout stats from the Thunder’s come-from-behind performance.



Players who scored in double figures, tying a season-high

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander
31 points on 11-made field goals – both season-highs

Al Horford
22 points on nine-made field goals – both season-highs

Hamidou Diallo
The high-flyer posted 25 points on a season-high 10-made field goals, tying a career-high as he scored 20+ in back-to-back games for the first time in his career. Diallo also set a career-high with four steals.


12 Steals for the Thunder in the game, a season-high

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, George Hill and Théo Maledon each recorded two steals apiece.

94%
The Thunder shot 16-for-17 from the free-throw line (season-high).

17-to-11
The number of turnovers the Thunder forced compared to how many it committed

21-9
The Thunder’s fast break scoring advantage

33-point swing
The Thunder trailed by as many as 15 points in the game, but erased that deficit to build an 18-point fourth quarter lead.

37-18
The amount that OKC out-scored Brooklyn in the third quarter, shooting 12-for-22 (54.5%) and holding Brooklyn to 7-for-20 (35.0% shooting)


66 points in the paint on 33-of-47 shooting (70.2%)

70.2%
OKC went 33-of-47 shooting in the paint.


129 a season-high in points,

54.4% The Thunder went 49-for-90 from the field including 15-made 3-pointers (38.5%).

Twitter

OKC THUNDER13 hours 43 sec ago

Rematch Wednesday. https://t.co/PIu1axGBOO

OKC THUNDER13 hours 8 min ago

RT @NickAGallo: Career-high 15 points for Tre Mann tonight on 5/11 shooting, 4/4 FT. Career-high 7 rebounds too. He's been aggressive, bu…

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