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The Thunder, behind another fourth-quarter surge, beat the Hawks 121-114.  “It was a good gut check tonight,” Shai Gilgeous-Alexander said.  The Thunder (11-13), steps slow and fractions off in the first half, trailed by four points heading into the fourth quarter, just as it did against the Timberwolves.  The start of the fourth quarter was deja vu, with a non-SGA unit not only staying afloat, but taking a lead by the time Gilgeous-Alexander reentered midway through the fourth quarter.  OKC had turned a four-point deficit into a three-point lead by the time its star checked back in.  Josh Giddey, who had 17 points, drained a deep 3-pointer to beat the shot clock to give the Thunder a 96-92 lead with 6:30 to play.  “Felt good,” Giddey said.  “I knew it was going in,” SGA added.