Thunder Blow Out Magic in Orlando

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The Oklahoma City Thunder set a team record for points in a half, rolling up 79 in the first half, on their way to a 127-99 win over the Orlando Magic at Amway Arena in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday night.

The Thunder led 79-45 at halftime and led by as many as 38 points in the first half, also setting a team record for shooting in a half at 73 percent from the field.

Seven Thunder players scored in double figures, led by Kevin Durant’s 21 points.

Durant also had 11 rebounds and 8 assists.

Russell Westbrook had 17 points and 6 assists.

Dion Waiters and Serge Ibaka added 16 points each, with Ibaka hitting four 3-pointers.

Reggie Jackson had 13 points, while Kendrick Perkins scored 11 points and Andre Roberson 10, with two 3-pointers.

The Thunder finished at 58 percent from the field and held the Magic to 40 percent.

OKC dominated the boards, outrebounding Orlando 54-33.

The Thunder improved to 20-20 on the season and continue their five-game road trip at Miami Tuesday night at 6:30 central time.



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