Listen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.com
 
nba

Thunder survive Love's 51, outlast Wolves in double overtime

Updated: 24 March 2012 15:05 IST

Russell Westbrook scored 45 points, and Kevin Durant added 40 points and a season-high 17 rebounds as the Oklahoma City Thunder overcame a career-high 51 points from Minnesota All-Star Kevin Love to beat the Timberwolves 149-140 in double overtime on Friday.

Oklahoma City:

Russell Westbrook scored 45 points, and Kevin Durant added 40 points and a season-high 17 rebounds as the Oklahoma City Thunder overcame a career-high 51 points from Minnesota All-Star Kevin Love to beat the Timberwolves 149-140 in double overtime on Friday.

Westbrook set the tone in the second overtime, stealing the ball on Minnesota's opening possession and racing to the other end for a layup that resulted in a three-point play.

Love, who beat Durant in the 3-Point Contest on All-Star weekend, made a career-high seven 3s and also pulled down 14 rebounds while becoming the third player to eclipse 50 points this season.

Comments
Topics mentioned in this article NBA Kevin Durant Minnesota Timberwolves Kevin Love Russell Westbrook
Related Articles
Coronavirus: Shoaib Akhtar Proposes Three-Match ODI Series Between India And Pakistan To Raise Funds
Coronavirus: Shoaib Akhtar Proposes Three-Match ODI Series Between India And Pakistan To Raise Funds
World Athletics Decision To Suspend Olympics Qualification Period "Big Blow" For Indian Athletes: Coach
World Athletics' Decision To Suspend Olympics Qualification Period "Big Blow" For Indian Athletes: Coach
"Cricket or Tennis": Sania Mirza Shares Son Izhaans Photo With Tennis Racquet. Fans Ask Obvious Question
"Cricket or Tennis": Sania Mirza Shares Son Izhaan's Photo With Tennis Racquet. Fans Ask Obvious Question
Ben Stokes Crowned Wisdens Leading Cricketer In The World
Ben Stokes Crowned Wisden's Leading Cricketer In The World
Coronavirus: Hockey India Contributes Rs 21 Lakh To Odisha Chief Ministers Relief Fund
Coronavirus: Hockey India Contributes Rs 21 Lakh To Odisha Chief Minister's Relief Fund
Advertisement