|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Northwest Division||106.6 (3rd)||105.8 (2nd)|
Tue Apr 4
|W 110 - 79||MIL|
Wed Apr 5
|W 103 - 100||at MEM|
Fri Apr 7
|L 120 - 99||at PHO|
Sun Apr 9
|W 106 - 105||at DEN|
Tue Apr 11
|W 100 - 98||at MIN|
Wed Apr 12
|L 111 - 105||DEN|
Sun Apr 16
|L 118 - 87||at HOU|
Wed Apr 19
|L 115 - 111||at HOU|
Fri Apr 21
|W 115 - 113||HOU|
Sun Apr 23
|L 113 - 109||HOU|
Tue Apr 25
|L 105 - 99||at HOU|
Westbrook scored 47 points (15-34 FG, 5-18 3Pt, 12-17 FT) and added 11 rebounds and nine assists in 42 minutes during Tuesday's 105-99 loss to the Rockets in Game 5.
Westbrook closed his record-setting season with another box score that would look like a typo next to anyone else's name. It's hard to imagine Westbrook will be able to recreate his unprecedented 2016-17 production next season. The Thunder will have an entire offseason to build around him - most of the current team was structured around the combination of Westbrook and Durant. Offseason personnel moves may help the Thunder, but they will probably lead to Westbrook carrying a smaller load.
Roberson accumulated 13 points (5-9 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 2-12 FT), five blocks, four rebounds, and two steals in 38 minutes during Sunday's 113-109 loss to the Rockets in Game 4.
Roberson finished with a career high in blocks, but he was downright awful from the free-throw line. Roberson has countered the Rockets' plan to leave him alone on offense by filling in the lanes and cutting backdoor for easy layups, and he has also done a decent job of making shots from beyond the arc (seven-of-15) throughout the series. With that being said, his issues at the charity stripe (two-for-17) have helped the Rockets snatch a 3-1 lead heading into Tuesday's Game 5.
Adams finished with 18 points (8-10 FG, 2-5 FT), seven rebounds, three blocks, two assists, and one steal in 37 minutes during Sunday's 113-109 loss to the Rockets in Game 4.
Adams scored more points in Sunday's Game 4 than he had in the rest of the series combined, and this was also the first time this series that he saw more than 28 minutes. Adams will likely need to play at this type of level for the Thunder to have any chance at making a comeback against the Rockets, who enter Tuesday's Game 5 in Houston boasting a 3-1 lead.
Westbrook went for 35 points (10-28 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 12-13 FT), 14 rebounds, 14 assists, three steals, and one block in 39 minutes during Sunday's 113-109 loss to the Rockets in Game 4.
Westbrook had a triple-double in the first half alone, but his individual effort wasn't enough to help the Thunder even the series. Westbrook has gone for three straight triple-doubles now, and he is currently leading the league in points, assists, and steals per game (while being second in boards) during the playoffs.
Gibson contributed 20 points (10-13 FG), two rebounds and one assist across 29 minutes during a 115-113 win over the Rockets on Friday.
Gibson had by far his best game of the series as his 20 points exceeded his combined total of 13 points through the first two games. After receiving 21 minutes in the first two games, he saw a slightly larger workload in Game 3. Based on the team's success in the win, it would not be a surprise if Gibson received a similar workload in Game 4.
|2016-17 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Russell Westbrook , PG||31.6|
|RPG||Russell Westbrook , PG||10.7|
|APG||Russell Westbrook , PG||10.4|
|FG%||Steven Adams , C||57.1|
|FT%||Russell Westbrook , PG||84.5|
|3P%||Alex Abrines , SG||38.1|
|BLOCKS||Andre Roberson , SF||79|
|STEALS||Russell Westbrook , PG||132|
|MPG||Russell Westbrook , PG||34.6|
|Full Team Statistics|