OKC Thunder rebound with rout of Clippers

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LOS ANGELES – After a devastating three-point loss at Denver in the last minute of the game, the OKC Thunder got back on track Tuesday night against former OU basketball star Blake Griffin and the Clippers in L.A. 

Going into the game, the Clippers had the second best record in the league behind the Thunder.

The game started off slow with the Thunder falling behind early.

However, impressive bench play led to the only tie and lead change of the game.

Kevin Martin scored 13 points on the night and started the game 4 for 4 from the floor.

After the bench got things rolling, Kevin Durant set the floor on fire, scoring 32 points and making 5 for 5 from the three-point line during the second half.

The OKC Thunder finished the game 109 to 97.

Now the team gears up for Golden State on Wednesday at 9:30 p.m.

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