Thunder Vs. Spurs, NBA Playoffs 2012 Game 6: Thunder Advance To NBA Finals With 107-99 Win

The Oklahoma City Thunder advanced to the NBA Finals with a 107-99 win in Game 6 against the Spurs. The Thunder won the final four games of the Western Conference finals to win the series.

Kevin Durant scored 34 points and pulled down 14 rebounds to lead the way for Oklahoma City. Durant scored 20 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the second half. Russell Westbrook was second on the Thunder, with 25 points. For the game, Oklahoma City shot 50 percent from the floor and 55.6 percent from 3-point range.

San Antonio jumped out to an early lead and led by 15 points at halftime, but were outscored 59-36 in the second half. After making 9-of-15 three-pointers in the first half, the Spurs made just 2-of-11 3-point shots in the second half. Tony Parker finished with 29 points and 12 assists while Tim Duncan also had a double-double with 25 points and 14 rebounds.

For more on the Spurs, check out Pounding the Rock. For Thunder news and notes, visit Welcome To Loud City. And for news, analysis and everything else revolving around the NBA Playoffs, be sure to visit SB Nation's NBA page.

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