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The Houston Rockets avoided the sweep by defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder Monday night 105-103 and extended the series to a Game 5 (3-1 OKC). Rockets fans had plenty to cheer for as their team defended and denied a final shot attempt by the Thunder – but Chandler Parsons would have none of the celebrating as he humorously and awkwardly denied a fist bump to a courtside fan.

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