Dec 25, 2013; New York, NY, USA; Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Reggie Jackson (15) drives past New York Knicks shooting guard Toure

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The New York Knicks have not put up much of a fight against the Thunder on Christmas Day. The game is in the home of the Knicks but it has belonged to the Thunder from the start.

Reggie Jackson added this exclamation about midway through the fourth quarter. Jackson showed off his sneaky athleticism, which ranks right up there in this league among point guards.

Through three quarters, the Thunder would not need their starters for the final period. OKC led by 20 after three quarters and are currently well on their way to an easy win.

Kevin Durant has 29 points, seven rebounds and six assists while shooting 4-of-6 from three.

Russell Westbrook became the first NBA player to record a triple-double on Christmas Day since 2010. He has 14 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists.

The Thunder have been able to do just about whatever they have wanted here today. Defensively, the Knicks are just kind of out there while the Thunder are running through their offense and getting any shot they desire.

On the other end, New York has struggled to score without Carmelo Anthony, who sprained his ankle in the Knicks’ last game vs. Orlando.

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