The Oklahoma City Thunder took their first series lead over the Memphis Grizzlies, 3-2, after a lopsided 99-72 win in Game 5 at Oklahoma City on May 11.

The Thunder dominated on offense and defense while running away with a 27-point cushion victory. Kevin Durant led OKC with 19 points, but he wasn’t the only Thunder player contributing double-digit points. Starting guard Russell Westbrook scored 11 points and Daequan Cook added a key 18 points off the bench.

“There was no fatigue factor for us. … I thought our guys came in with focus,” Oklahoma City coach Scott Brooks said. “You beat good teams by really executing very well and with good effort, and we did both of them tonight.”

Memphis struggled offensively, barely scoring 70 points before the game ended. Grizzlies’ star forward Zach Randolph has dominated opponents with double-doubles throughout the playoffs, but scored only 9 points with 7 rebounds in Game 5’s loss.

“Shots weren’t falling for us but you still have to come with great effort and we didn’t bring it at all,” Memphis guard Mike Conley said. “They outplayed us in every area of the game. I wish I could tell you why. It just wasn’t there.”

OKC can eliminate the Grizzles in Game 6, scheduled for Friday, May 13 in Memphis at 9 p.m.