Oklahoma City, OK (Sports Network) - Kevin Durant poured in 31 points as the
Oklahoma City Thunder kept on rolling by posting a 113-103 victory over the
Sacramento Kings at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Durant finished a scorching 10-of-14 from the field and 9-of-9 from the foul
line to enable Oklahoma City to remain red-hot as well. The win was the
Thunder's 10th in a row, the franchise's longest streak since moving to
Oklahoma City from Seattle during the 2008-09 season.
The result also improved the Thunder to an NBA-best 19-4, a record surpassed
only than the 1993-94 SuperSonics' 20-3 mark as the best after 23 games in
Kevin Martin and Serge Ibaka each added 18 points for Oklahoma City, with
Ibaka pulling down 11 rebounds on the night. Russell Westbrook also registered
a double-double, accumulating 13 points and 13 assists.
Isaiah Thomas scored a season-high 26 points on 10-of-13 shooting in the loss,
Sacramento's third straight following a string of three straight wins. Tyreke
Evans hit 8-of-12 shots en route to 21 points for the Kings, who also received
15 points from Jason Thompson.
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