Oklahoma City didn't follow its recipe for success in the last two games of the Western Conference finals, yet the Thunder still managed to even the series. Russell Westbrook and James Harden are supposed to be vital cogs in the Thunder's Big Three, along with Kevin Durant. The trio combined for 4,452 points during the regular season, leading all NBA trios with an average of 68.4 points per game. So when Durant started slow in Saturday's Game 4, and Westbrook and Harden both clanked through difficult shooting nights, it would have seemed to spell disaster for the Thunder's NBA title hopes.
Thunder trio ran at one-third of capacity
San Antonio Express-News | Jun 4