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Warriors silence Thunder in Western Conference final

Former NBA player Rick Barry, center left, watches as Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson, center, Stephen Curry, right, and their teammates celebrate after beating the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 7 of the NBA basketball Western Conference finals, Monday, May 30, 2016 in Oakland. The Warriors won 96-88.
Former NBA player Rick Barry, center left, watches as Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson, center, Stephen Curry, right, and their teammates celebrate after beating the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 7 of the NBA basketball Western Conference finals, Monday, May 30, 2016 in Oakland. The Warriors won 96-88. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Warriors’ 96-88 win over the Thunder:

8: Free throws attempted by the Warriors.

9: Team-high points by the Warriors’ Stephen Curry in the third quarter when the Warriors outscored the Thunder 29-12. Shaun Livingston scored five.

10: Advantage the Warriors (12) had over the Thunder (2) in bench points in the third quarter.

13: Game-high assists by the Thunder’s Russell Westbrook.

13: Advantage the Thunder (16) had over the Warriors (3) in second-chance points.

17: Free throws attempted by the Thunder.

12: Second-quarter points by the Warriors’ Klay Thompson on 4-of-7 shooting.

13: Thunder’s largest first-half lead.

20.0: Advantage the Warriors (45.9) had over the Thunder (25.9) in three-point shooting percentage for the game.

22.5: Advantage the Warriors (47.8) had over the Thunder (26.3) in shooting percentage in the third quarter.

27: Team-high points by the Thunder’s Kevin Durant on 10-of-19 shooting.

32: NBA-record made three-pointers by the Warriors Curry for a playoff series. Thompson made 30.

36: Game-high points by the Warriors’ Curry on 13-of-24 shooting.

19,596: Oracle Arena attendance.

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Compiled by Jeff Caraska

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