For much of the second half, it looked like the Oklahoma City Thunder would cruise to a Game Three win at Memphis, taking back home court advantage in the process.
OKC was up 16 points with just a few minutes to play in the third quarter, and up 13 at the start of the fourth.
Then, inexplicably, the Thunder fell apart.
Memphis outscored Oklahoma City 38-17 in the fourth quarter and overtime, stealing Game 3 101-93.
Kevin Durant scored 22 points for the Thunder, his lowest output of the postseason.
Game Four is Monday night in Memphis.