Team Stats

  • Field Goal %

    • LAL 38.5
    • 46.8 OKC
  • Three Point %

    • LAL 30.8
    • 28.0 OKC
  • Turnovers

    • LAL 26
    • 24 OKC
  • Rebounds

    • LAL 49
    • 46 OKC

Game Information

Chesapeake Energy Arena
Coverage: TNT
  • Oklahoma City, OK
Attendance: 18,203
100%
Capacity: 18,203
Referees: Bennie Adams, Curtis Blair, Derrick Stafford
2/24/2012 Associated Press

OKC beats Lakers to tie for best 1st-half mark

Kevin Durant scored 33 points, Russell Westbrook added 19 and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Los Angeles Lakers 100-85 on Thursday night to head into the All-Star break tied for the league's best record.

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Lakers2320192385
Thunder19272727100

Game Flow

LAL
OKC
0:00 - 4th Quarter

LAL

85

OKC

100

End Game

Shot Chart

  • Kendrick Perkins blocks Andrew Bynum's 4-foot jumper
  • Pau Gasol misses 17-foot jumper
  • Metta World Peace misses 25-foot three point jumper
  • Metta World Peace makes three point jumper (Kobe Bryant assists)
  • Daequan Cook blocks Kobe Bryant's 11-foot two point shot
  • Pau Gasol makes layup (Metta World Peace assists)
  • Serge Ibaka blocks Kobe Bryant's two point shot
  • Pau Gasol misses 4-foot two point shot
  • Pau Gasol makes 19-foot jumper (Derek Fisher assists)
  • Andrew Bynum makes dunk (Metta World Peace assists)
  • Kobe Bryant misses 17-foot two point shot
  • Kobe Bryant makes two point shot (Pau Gasol assists)
  • Troy Murphy makes 18-foot jumper (Pau Gasol assists)
  • Kobe Bryant makes 14-foot jumper
  • Kobe Bryant makes 22-foot jumper
  • Troy Murphy misses jumper
  • Andrew Bynum misses 10-foot two point shot
  • Steve Blake makes 16-foot jumper
  • Andrew Goudelock misses 24-foot three point jumper
  • Andrew Goudelock misses 22-foot jumper
  • Andrew Goudelock misses 24-foot three point jumper
  • Pau Gasol makes 11-foot jumper
  • James Harden blocks Kobe Bryant's 24-foot three point jumper
  • Kobe Bryant misses 16-foot jumper
  • Derek Fisher misses 20-foot jumper
  • Andrew Bynum misses 8-foot two point shot
  • Kobe Bryant misses 23-foot two point shot
  • Derek Fisher misses layup
  • Derek Fisher makes 5-foot two point shot
  • Serge Ibaka blocks Derek Fisher's jumper
  • Pau Gasol makes dunk (Kobe Bryant assists)
  • Pau Gasol makes 11-foot two point shot
  • Metta World Peace makes 23-foot three point jumper (Derek Fisher assists)
  • Kobe Bryant misses 13-foot jumper
  • Derek Fisher misses driving layup
  • Pau Gasol misses running jumper
  • Kobe Bryant misses 16-foot two point shot
  • Kobe Bryant makes driving layup
  • Andrew Bynum misses 3-foot jumper
  • Andrew Bynum misses tip shot
  • Steve Blake makes jumper (Pau Gasol assists)
  • Andrew Bynum makes two point shot
  • Andrew Bynum makes 6-foot two point shot (Kobe Bryant assists)
  • Andrew Bynum makes dunk (Matt Barnes assists)
  • Andrew Bynum misses two point shot
  • Kobe Bryant misses 20-foot two point shot
  • Kobe Bryant makes two point shot
  • James Harden blocks Kobe Bryant's 11-foot jumper
  • Serge Ibaka blocks Kobe Bryant's 7-foot two point shot
  • Derek Fisher makes 24-foot three point jumper
  • Derek Fisher misses 24-foot three point jumper
  • Russell Westbrook makes 16-foot jumper
  • Kevin Durant misses 24-foot three point jumper
  • Russell Westbrook misses 7-foot running jumper
  • Serge Ibaka makes two point shot
  • Russell Westbrook misses driving layup
  • Kevin Durant makes driving dunk
  • Daequan Cook misses 23-foot three point jumper
  • Kevin Durant makes 9-foot two point shot
  • James Harden misses 24-foot three point jumper
  • Nazr Mohammed misses 14-foot jumper
  • Reggie Jackson makes driving dunk
  • Cole Aldrich makes layup (James Harden assists)
  • Andrew Bynum blocks James Harden's 6-foot two point shot
  • Reggie Jackson makes driving layup
  • James Harden makes dunk (Kevin Durant assists)
  • Kevin Durant makes dunk (James Harden assists)
  • Daequan Cook misses 25-foot three point jumper
  • Daequan Cook makes 24-foot three point jumper (Russell Westbrook assists)
  • Russell Westbrook misses two point shot
  • Kevin Durant misses 24-foot three point jumper
  • Kevin Durant makes jumper (Russell Westbrook assists)
  • Daequan Cook makes 25-foot three point jumper (Russell Westbrook assists)
  • Daequan Cook misses three point jumper
  • Kevin Durant makes two point shot (Russell Westbrook assists)
  • Russell Westbrook misses two point shot
  • James Harden makes dunk (Kevin Durant assists)
  • Daequan Cook makes 23-foot jumper (Kevin Durant assists)
  • Reggie Jackson misses 23-foot three point jumper
  • Reggie Jackson misses 15-foot two point shot
  • Russell Westbrook misses 24-foot three point jumper
  • Russell Westbrook makes two point shot
  • James Harden makes dunk (Russell Westbrook assists)
  • Serge Ibaka misses 17-foot jumper
  • Kendrick Perkins makes two point shot
  • Russell Westbrook misses 16-foot jumper
  • James Harden makes 25-foot three point jumper (Kendrick Perkins assists)

Research Notes

  • After averaging 30 points and 5 assists per game from December to January, Kobe Bryant has averaged just 25 per game in February and is shooting nearly 6 percentage points lower from the floor this month.

  • Thunder improve to 15-1 at home (best in NBA). OKC has won 12 straight home games, longest win streak since winning 12 straight in 1997-98 as SuperSonics.

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