Behind 43 points (10-16 3pt FG) 7 rebounds and 5 assists from Paul George, the Thunder defeated the Heat in Miami by a final score of 118-102. George’s 10 made three-pointers are a career-high, an Oklahoma City franchise-record and tied for the most ever by a Heat opponent (J.R. Smith on 4/6/2014). Additionally, Russell Westbrook registered his 5th consecutive triple-double (18th of the season and 122nd of his career) with 14 points, 12 rebounds and 14 assists in the victory. Westbrook is the only player to have a streak of 5+ games with a triple-double since Michael Jordan had 7 straight from 03/25/1989 to 04/06/1989. Kelly Olynyk led the Heat with a season-high 21 points (8-12 FG), to go with 7 rebounds in the losing effort. With the win, the Thunder have won 7 consecutive games (longest active winning streak in the NBA) and improve to 33-18, while the Heat fall to 24-26 on the season.
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