Thabo Sefolosha's game with the Oklahoma City Thunder usually consists of floor burns and skinned knees.

It was a typical Sefolosha game Thursday night, much to the dismay of the Spurs.

But the lanky native of Switzerland added a surprising offensive twist, torching the Spurs for a career playoff-high 19 points. Most amazingly, in an offense that is usually dominated by shooters such as Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and James Harden, Sefolosha attempted 16 shots in the Thunder's 102-82 Game 3 victory.

"I guess the last time I got that many shots was during the summer with the national team," Sefolosha said, chuckling at the thought. "I was just glad I was able to help the team out and get a win that helped build our confidence."