Thunder rolls: Oklahoma City prepares for Game 5 in Western Conference Finals

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OKLAHOMA CITY – After an electrifying win against Golden State in Game 4, the Oklahoma City Thunder is preparing to head back to California for Game 5.

On Tuesday, the Thunder defeated the Warriors 118-94, taking the series lead 3-1 in the Western Conference Finals.

The Thunder were paced by Russell Westbrook who finished with 36 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists. It was a total team effort by the Thunder who out assisted the Warriors 23-15 and had six players in double figures.

Kevin Durant struggled shooting the basketball going eight of 24 but still finished with 26 points. Andre Roberson notched a career high 17 points in the win.

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While the team was doing its part on the court, the fans were creating chaos in the stands.

The crowd was definitely loud, but there were plenty of Thunder fans who couldn’t get a ticket to Tuesday night’s game.

That didn’t stop them from showing off their Thunder pride in unique ways.

Echelawn Complete Lawn & Landscape says they have had several clients asking about blue and orange lighting around their yards to support the Thunder.

Game 5 against the Warriors is set for Thursday in Oakland.

Tipoff is set for 8 p.m.

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