Thunder hold off Warriors in OT

Kevin Durant scored 39 points, Russell Westbrook hit the winning free throw with 11.4 seconds left in overtime and the Oklahoma City Thunder finished their longest homestand of the season with a 115-114 victory against the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday night.
Durant scored eight of Oklahoma City's nine points in overtime,
but served as a decoy to create room along the right side of the
lane as Westbrook drove to the basket and got fouled.
Westbrook missed his first free throw, but made the second to
put the Thunder on top.
Monta Ellis' jumper from the top of the key was wide right at
the final buzzer.
Stephen Curry led Golden State with 35 points, David Lee had 24
points and 15 rebounds and Ellis had 20 points and 11 assists.

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