A statistical look at the Warriors’ 108-101 victory over the Thunder in Game 6 of the Western Conference finals Saturday:
0: Points for Warriors guard Stephen Curry in the first quarter.
1: Assist short of a triple double for Warriors guard Stephen Curry.
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3: Thunder players with three blocked shots: Serge Ibaka, Kevin Durant and Andre Roberson.
4: Turnovers in the final 1:39 of the game for Thunder guard Russell Westbrook. He had 1 before that.
7: Games in this series, the last of them to be played Monday at Oracle Arena in Oakland.
8: Points the Thunder led by entering the fourth quarter.
11: Three-pointers made by Warriors guard Klay Thompson, an NBA postseason single-game record.
11: Assists by Thunder guard Russell Westbrook, a game high.
12: Rebounds for Warriors forward Draymond Green, a game high.
13: Three-point shooting percentage for the Thunder. Oklahoma City was 3 of 23 from outside the arc.
19: Points scored by Warriors guard Klay Thompson in the fourth quarter. The next highest for the Warriors in the quarter: Stephen Curry with six.
26.3: Shooting percentage for the Thunder in the fourth quarter. The Warriors shot 50 percent in the final frame.
33: Points scored by the Warriors in the fourth quarter, compared to 18 for the Thunder.
41: Points scored by Warriors guard Klay Thompson, a game high.
47.7: Three-point shooting percentage for the Warriors. Golden State was 21 of 44 from outside the arc.
70: Combined points for the Warriors’ Splash Brothers: guards Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry.