Every OKC Thunder players best game of the 2018-2019 season

The OKC Thunder stand during the National Anthem. (Photo by Zach Beeker/NBAE via Getty Images)
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Paul George

The best player on the Thunder last season and one of the best 10 players in the league, Paul George had an unbelievable year last season.

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After falling apart during game six in Utah last season (2-16 from the field) George proved that he is capable of putting up MVP numbers in 2018.

In the 18-19 season, George set career highs in points, rebounds, steals, and assists. Geoge also attempted 9.8 three’s per game, 3.5 more a game than his career averages.

At the All-Star break and before George’s shoulder injury, he was averaging 28.7 points a game, 8 rebounds, and 4.1 assists on .450/.420/.837 splits. George’s shooting dropped off significantly after the break as he suffered a shoulder injury versus the Nuggets.

While George was only in Oklahoma City for two seasons, he gave the franchise his all and left the fans with plenty of moments that they will remember for years to come.

On February 11th versus the Trail Blazers, George had one of the best nights in Thunder history, finishing the night with a 47 point triple-double in a win over the division rivals.

Stat line:

  • 2-11-19 vs Portland: 47 points / 12 rebounds / 10 assists (15-26 overall, 8-13 from three)

Additional Performances:

  • 12-22-19 at Utah: 43 points / 14 rebounds / 6 assists / 5 steals (15-25 overall, 5-10 from three)
  • 12-5-19 at Brooklyn: 47 points / 15 rebounds / 4 assists (15-27 overall, 6-13 from three)

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That wraps up the individual top performances and benchmarks set by last year’s iteration of the OKC Thunder. This season a new roster with different faces will take to the Peake. Was there a game which stands out to you this season? Let me know in the comments section which game and which Thunder players resonated for you.