The Oklahoma City Thunder won their second straight game Sunday afternoon beating the Toronto Raptors 104-92 on the road to improve to 26-7 on the year.
Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook combined for 45 points in the win as the Thunder shot 49.4 percent from the field for the game.
Durant finished with 22 points, seven rebounds and seven assists with just one turnover. He made 6-of-11 shots in 38 minutes with a plus-28 plus-minus.
Westbrook had 23 points to go along with seven assists and three steals.
Kyle Lowry came off the bench for the Raptors and had just 10 points and eight assists in 23 minutes. Alan Anderson led the Raptors with 27 points off the bench.
The Thunder outrebounded Toronto 41-31 in the game. OKC collected 12 offensive rebounds while Toronto had just seven.
Serge Ibaka continued his strong play with the Thunder scoring 19 points to go with eight rebounds and two blocks. He made 8-of-12 field goals and five of his rebounds came on the offensive end.
The Thunder got a nice lift from Nick Collison and Kevin Martin from their bench. Collison nearly had a double-double with 10 points and eight boards (four offensive). Martin scored 16 points but struggled a little from deep making just 1-of-6 attempts.
The Thunder held a narrow 52-50 lead at halftime then outscored the Raptors 26-17 in the third quarter as they began to pull away.
OKC increases their league-best record this season. Ten of the Thunder’s next 12 games will be on the road with their next one coming at Washington tomorrow night at 7 p.m. EST.