Thunder Vs. Nuggets Score: Teams Tied At 111 At End Of Regulation

Four quarters weren't enough to separate the Denver Nuggets and Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday night, as the two teams are tied at 111 after four thrilling quarters played at a breakneck pace.

Kevin Durant, after hitting a three-pointer with :30 left to get Oklahoma City within two, tied the game on a dunk with less than :05 seconds left:

Ty Lawson got an open look from the top of the key on a step-through move as time expired but couldn't convert, forcing OT in Oklahoma City.

The Thunder have been led by incredible individual performances from their two All-Stars, who combined for 78 points in regulation, as well as PF Serge Ibaka, who had a triple-double, with 14 points, 12 rebounds and 10 blocks.

The Nuggets were able to keep pace thanks to a huge edge in bench scoring, as Denver's reserves poured in 56 points, led by PG Andre Miller, who had 21 points and 10 assists.

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