The Washington Post

On the last day of the regular season, the Thunder guard didn't get what he really wanted -- a spot in the playoffs.

On his way to 54 points Sunday night, the Thunder guard hoisted the most shots since the Mamba himself in 2008.

The Thunder's do-everything guard will have to sit out a must-win game if the tech is not rescinded.

The NBA's current triple-double king was able to make quite the assist.

No man will be spared.

Against the Heat, the Thunder guard gets his 10 triple-double, the most since Jason Kidd's 13 seven seasons ago.

The Thunder guard shrugs off a facial fracture to rack up his fourth straight triple-double, something even LeBron James has never done.

The Thunder guard goes off for 27 points in less than 12 minutes of playing time.

Players such as Portland's Damian Lillard and Washington's Marcin Gortat were left out, at least for the time being.

It was a busy first half for the Thunder guard -- too bad he had to sit out the rest of the game.

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