OKC Thunder heads to Detroit after beating Mavericks at home
OKLAHOMA CITY – The OKC Thunder has scored their second home court win of the season and will now head to Detroit to take on the Pistons.
Wednesday night the Dallas Mavs came to town for the NBA’s Red River Rivalry.
Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook both putting up bid numbers for the Thunder.
Durant had 23 points and Westbrook brought in 22.
The Thunder pulled away in the second half ending the game with a final score of 107-93.
The Thunder has won 11 straight games against the Mavericks.
The game was also the second straight win in a row for OKC since Westbrook’s return.
The Thunder tip-off against the Pistons in Detroit Friday at 6:30 p.m.
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