Kevin Durant couldn't get a shot off at the end of regulation and he could barely get one to fall all night.
In overtime, Russell Westbrook's miserable night continued with a pair of terrible decisions.
But then it looked like things were going to work out.
Durant responded with a jumper. Westbrook's dribble-drive and layup gave the Thunder a lead before Marc Gasol's tip-in with 0.8 seconds left beat the Thunder, 90-89 in Memphis.
Westbrook struggled, going 7-of-25. Durant wasn't much better, making just one of his final eight shots and finishing 11-of-28, but the biggest shot wasn't Gasol's, it was the one-two combination punch the Thunder have absorbed in the last two nights.
Losers to Denver because they couldn't slow down the Nuggets' offense, the Thunder followed it up 24 hours later unable to get their own offense going, falling to Memphis.
The result is a public relations nightmare when talking about who the top teams in the Western Conference are. It's hard to believe ...