Thunder Win Streak Snapped

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Fourth quarter shooting woes buried the Thunder against the Toronto Raptors as they dealt OKC a 104-98 loss. The Thunder shot just 20% in the final stanza.

The loss means the Thunder's 9 game winning streak is over as well as their 13 game home winning streak.

OKC used a 24-6 run to end the third, at one point taking an 11 point lead, their largest of the game.

However Toronto outscored the Thunder 29-14 in the 4th to steal a victory.

Three of the Thunder's losses this season have come during back to back games.

Russell Westbrook continued his MVP-like play over the last six games. He had a game high 27 points, 9 rebounds and five assists.

OKC will rest up over the next couple of days before their Christmas Day contest with the New York Knicks in Madison Square Garden.

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