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.
31 points on 11-made field goals – both season-highs
22 points on nine-made field goals – both season-highs
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.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, George Hill and Théo Maledon each recorded two steals apiece.
The Thunder shot 16-for-17 from the free-throw line (season-high).
The number of turnovers the Thunder forced compared to how many it committed
The Thunder’s fast break scoring advantage
The Thunder trailed by as many as 15 points in the game, but erased that deficit to build an 18-point fourth quarter lead.
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)
OKC went 33-of-47 shooting in the paint.
54.4% The Thunder went 49-for-90 from the field including 15-made 3-pointers (38.5%).