Thunder Blast 76ers

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The Thunder used a couple of spectacular performances by Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook to blow out the 76ers 125-92. It’s the largest margin of victory for the Thunder this season.

Russell Westbrook was outstanding notching a triple double with 13 points, 14 assists, and 10 rebounds in just 21 minutes of action.

Kevin Durant put together another 40 point outing (his 10th of the season) with 42 points, 9 rebounds on 14 of 20 shooting.

Every active Thunder player scored in the game.

Caron Butler made his Thunder debut playing 26 minutes and finishing with 2 points.

Former OSU star James Anderson had a nice outing in the losing effort leading the Sixers with 20 points.

Philly has now lost 15 straight games.

The Thunder now hit the road for a quick two game road trip beginning Thursday in Phoenix. The Suns currently sit in the 8th seed in the West meaning Thursday’s game could be a preview of a potential first round playoff match up. Tip is set for 8pm.

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