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The Oklahoma City Thunder Rally Late to Beat the Dallas Mavericks 95-91

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Dirk Nowitzki had 27 points on the night, including 4 three pointers in the fourth quarter, but it wasn’t quite enough to win the game. The Oklahoma City Thunder rallied late in the fourth to take down the Mavericks 95-91.

Russel Westbrook had 24 points and Kevin Durant chipped in 22 more for the Thunder. The Thunder were down late in the game, 87-91. The Thunder managed to hold the Mavericks without a field goal for the last 2:30 seconds of the game. The Mavericks had the game locked up, but simply couldn’t maintain down the stretch.

Jason Terry missed two shots down the stretch that could have potentially tied the game. No surprise that the Mavs lost in Oklahoma City, the Thunder are on a 13 game home winning streak.

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