The Houston Rockets lost Game 4 to the Oklahoma City Thunder despite getting 32 points, eight rebounds and 15 assists from James Harden.

According to ESPN Stats & Info, Harden is the only player in postseason history to have that stat line in a game and lose.

The Rockets and Thunder are now tied at 2-2. Houston took a 2-0 series lead and it looked like they didn't need superstar point guard Russell Westbrook, who is nursing a quad injury.

However, the Thunder now have the momentum on their side and suddenly, the Rockets look in trouble. Westbrook may have to return sooner than expected since it appears OKC is going to give Houston all they can handle in the first round.

James Harden entered Game 4 averaging 32.0 points, 7.7 rebounds and 6.7 assists in the Thunder-Rockets series. Houston certainly has to win Game 5 to halt the Thunder's momentum.

With that said, expect Harden to come out even more aggressive than usual — especially if Westbrook is out again.

The Rockets learned the hard way that the Thunder weren't going to fold after going down 2-0, especially since Chris Paul is on their team and he's out for revenge against Houston. Houston traded Paul to Oklahoma City last offseason for Westbrook.

It's kind of ironic that Westbrook is out hurt and Paul is playing since CP3 was injured a lot during his Rockets stint.