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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Asked Kevin Durant his favorite Ramones song. "I have no clue," he said with a smile. "You got me there."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Enes Kanter got four stitches under his chin to address a cut opened by Draymond Green's arm in he fourth quarter.

Westbrook seals the deal with 3-point shot

Russell Westbrook capped off his 36-point performance with this big shot from the corner which basically locked up the game for Oklahoma City.

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Enes Kanter on being tripped by Draymond Green: "I felt like he kicked, but I don't know if the refs saw that or not. I'm just leaving it. I don't want to say anything about it, but if you watched the replay, you can see that he kicked obviously."

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

"We're down, we're not out." Also says GSW will come out swinging "like our lives depend on it"

Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

More Draymond Green: "This team doesn't think about 73 wins. This team thinks about winning back-to-back championships."

Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

"This is the first time in my life I didn't respond to critics" -- Draymond Green just now in the visitors' locker room

Durant: It comes down to who wants it more

Kevin Durant says the Thunder need to continue to play with a sense of urgency and describes how team defense was key in shutting down Steph Curry.

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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Draymond: "We put too much work in to go out like this"

SportsCenter @sportscenter

Russell Westbrook (36 Pts, 11 Ast, 11 Reb) finishes with his 3rd career 30-point triple-double in OKC's Game 4 victory.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Teams that take a 3-1 lead in the conference finals are 37-2 in NBA history.

Max Kellerman @Max_Kellerman

OKC like a good NFL team that puts it all together right in time for playoffs & runs the table. Doesn't usually happen like that in the NBA.

Westbrook shows off explosiveness with big dunk

A Kevin Durant steal results in a powerful dunk by Russell Westbrook. Early statement made by the Thunder in Game 4.

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