In a stunning comeback, the Oklahoma City Thunder (35-15) clawed their way back from a 23-point deficit to defeat the Toronto Raptors (17-32) 135-127 in a double-overtime thriller on Sunday night.

Josh Giddey led the charge with 24 points, supported by Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s 23 points, and strong performances from Chet Holmgren and Lu Dort with 22 points each, along with Aaron Wiggins contributing 20 off the bench.

Despite Toronto’s efforts, including 23 points from RJ Barrett and 19 points each from Scottie Barnes, Jakob Poeltl, and Dennis Schroder, the Thunder’s sharpshooting ultimately secured the victory.