In the span of three days, the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the San Antonio Spurs as many times as they had in the last three years.
They've also put a spot in the NBA Finals suddenly up for grabs.
Oklahoma City has evened up the Western Conference finals heading into Game 5 on Monday night. Thunder coach Scott Brooks said Sunday there's no new regrets about losing the No. 1 seed late in the regular season with the Spurs now getting two of the final three at home.
The Thunder entered this series 2-8 against the Spurs since 2009. Now they've seized the momentum after ending San Antonio's 20-game winning streak and handing them two straight losses.