The Oklahoma City Thunder won their second straight game Wednesday night as they beat the Golden State Warriors at home 119-98 to improve to 37-12 on the year.
Kevin Durant had 25 points, seven rebounds and four assists to lead the Thunder. Russell Westbrook added 22 points and Kevin Martin scored 21 off the bench.
The Thunder jumped out early cruising to a 68-49 lead by halftime. OKC would shoot 50.5 percent from the field for the game and dish out 29 assists as a team.
Even Serge Ibaka was sharing the basketball as he racked up a season-high four assists to go along with 15 points, nine rebounds and six blocks.
The Warriors were playing a road back-to-back tonight and were coming off an embarrassing loss last night against the Houston Rockets who scored 140 points and made 23 threes against them.
It was a struggle again tonight as Stephen Curry shot just 5-for-20 from the field and All-Star David Lee was held to just 12 points.
The Thunder had more energy all game long and would block 16 shots and make 12 steals as a team.
The Thunder are off tomorrow and then will be back in action Friday night at home vs. the Phoenix Suns.