Denver (24-17) never led or tied the game as the Thunder (31-8) showed the fans exactly why they have yet to reach double-digit losses on the season.
Russell Westbrook continued his ascent to superstar status as he scored 32 points on 12-of-20 from the field, adding four assists and two rebounds. Kevin Durant added 20 points and had five steals.
A 34-18 first quarter set the tone early for Oklahoma City as they shot a whopping 59.1 percent from the field led by Westbrook's 16 points. They only committed one turnover, but forced five with stout defense, holding Denver to just 39.8 percent shooting and 0-for-4 from the three-point line. They finished the game a dismal 2-of-15 from the arc.
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