Martin had 16 points Sunday as Oklahoma City cruised to a 120-91 win over Houston in Game 1 of their playoff series.
Martin had been dealing with back spasms.
Martin scored 23 points off the bench Thursday in a 116-97 win at Golden State.
Martin averaged just 8.7 points on 36.0 percent shooting over the previous six games. Hopefully he's put those struggles behind him.
The Thunder were without Martin because of the flu in a 127-96 win over Phoenix on Sunday.
It was only the second game Martin has missed all season.
Martin had 24 points in a 105-95 win in Sacramento on Friday night.
It was the best scoring performance since Dec. 9 for the Oklahoma City guard, who is averaging 15.2 in his first season with the Thunder.
Martin scored six points in Monday's rout of the Suns.
Martin made 2 of 12 shots and was held to single digits for the sixth time all season.
Martin appears to be out of his mini-slump, finishing with 23 points in the Thunder's win over the Warriors on Sunday.
Martin has scored 50 points and hit 11 3-pointers in his last two games, after finishing with 16 points or less in six straight games.
Martin had a season-high 28 points on 8-of-11 shooting, including six 3-pointers, but it was not enough to help the Oklahoma City Thunder in a 104-95 loss to Atlanta on Sunday night.
While the Thunder have gotten off to a 1-2 start, Martin has proved a consistent performer as a reserve. He's averaged 20.7 points on 53.1 percent shooting and has made 12 of 17 shots from 3-point range (70.6 percent).
In his first game with the Thunder, Martin had 15 points and was Oklahoma City's only bench player in double figures in a season-opening loss at San Antonio.
The Thunder acquired Martin from Houston for Sixth Man of the Year James Harden in the surprising deal that was completed Saturday night.
The Oklahoma City Thunder have traded Sixth Man of the Year James Harden to the Houston Rockets, breaking up the young core of the Western Conference champions. In return, they acquired Martin and Jeremy Lamb, two first-round picks and a second-round pick in the surprising deal that was completed Saturday night. Oklahoma City also sent center Cole Aldrich, and forwards Daequan Cook and Lazar Hayward to Houston. Yahoo! Sports first reported the trade.
Martin averaged 17.1 points last season for Houston after scoring more than 20 per game in each of his previous five campaigns. He's averaged 18.4 points in his eight NBA seasons.